“Fred always says that he feels the most at home in Italy, where he grew up. And I’m happy that we’re coming back together now.”
“When you have been exposed to several cultures throughout your life, it changes who you are.”
“I grew up right here. It was a simple and slow life. I remember learning about the qualities of time and space”
“The art of conversation is one of the things that people seem to be losing in the world today.”
“We are empowering the locals here with The Luma, a place people can be proud of, a place where they can host their foreign visitors.”
“I want you to leave Rome not as a tourist but as a resident.”
“My main interest is to share ideas, engage in dialogue, and offer opportunities for people to see things from a different angle.”
“It was a happy find, but we weren’t prepared at all. It was almost like it was given to us.”
“We are very much about showcasing a destination as a place where people live and not as a place where tourists simply bring their own culture with them on their trip.”
“Especially in the summer, once it gets cool in the evenings, everyone goes to the piazza in the heart of the village.”
“Nowadays, people in Lisbon are looking to add value—to change the city and the country for the better.”
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She set out to promote Greek culture, the work of Cretan artists, and her homeland’s rich cultural experiences. The result is a beautiful success.
Once a small guesthouse, today Rote Wand Gourmet Hotel is a culinary wonder. Meet the visionaries who honored the property’s legendary, small-town past by boldly moving it onto the world stage.