Greece, A Love Story by Camille Cusumano
Women Write about the Greek Experience (Seal Women's Travel)

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Greece, it has been said, is where art became inseparable from life. The country evokes a richly embroidered tapestry of images, from old monuments rife with history to idyllic isles of glass-blue sea and blinding white stucco dwellings. Greece enchants its visitors with its beauty, tradition, and spirit.

In this eloquent collection, women share firsthand experiences of the people, history, and landscape of Greece. Their essays go beyond ordinary travelogue to capture the ways in which Greece has shaped lives or influenced decisions. In expressing their love for the country, these women share stories as visceral as they are poignant, as entertaining as they are endearing.

Whether they are seasoned travelers or armchair adventurers, Greece aficionados or those just beginning to learn about the country, readers of this compelling collection will gain a better understanding of Greece and how experiences abroad can impact their lives.

About Camille Cusumano

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Camille Cusumano is the author of many food and travel articles and several books. She was a senior editor at VIA magazine in San Francisco for seventeen years. She is the editor of Mexico, A Love Story; France, A Love Story; and Italy, A Love Story. She lives in San Francisco.
Published March 17, 2007 by Seal Press. 290 pages
Genres: History, Education & Reference, Travel. Non-fiction

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