A good first day of our journey spent in this relatively unknown small town in Northern Italy, near the border with Austria. It is still very hot, so as soon as we arrive we retreat in the shop/lab of our friend Francesca, who creates the most tasteful objects with Japanese cloths and other unique textiles. Take a look at her website to have an idea. Dinner at Osteria Alla Ghiacciaia follows. I must confess I ordered the least summery dish on the menu, frico, which is a local delicacy I love, but also fairly heavy.
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I moved to Brussels from my native Milan in 2000. Best decision in my life. 4 children and a lovely wife, Valeria. More on us on www.segantini.net. I worked for 15 year for two global medical associations, the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) and the European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT). Now I consult for a variety of organisations, working as a digital nomad. View all posts by Luca Segantini