I laughed so much, thoroughly enjoying both the Italian sense of humour and sense of spirit. Let me tell you, they LIKE to debate! And, I photographed endlessly. At last, I had the freedom to explore for countless hours. I sat with a fountain for a whole morning. I cherished the timeless sense of time that I had been given. Italy is beautiful; it is as simple as that. Life there moves at a different pace, and quite honestly, it is a better pace then what we must succumb to in North America.
We will steer away from touristy spots and instead explore spaces with interesting stories and sensuous textures. Some nights we will sleep in villas, other nights a monastery or a castle ruin. We will share many meals together in family-owned cozy restaurants, eating food prepared fresh that day.
- the workshop experience
- admissions to places that are a part of the workshop
- accommodation with continental breakfast (including the night of April 21)
- all lunches
- flight (we figured it would be more flexible for participants this way to fly on points, and have the option to choose to fly in and out of Rome via other European cities)
- taxes and credit card service fee if paying by Visa or MasterCard
Registration deadline is February 8th, 2012.