By Ann Rickard
Following on from the luck of writer Ann Rickard's books, now not one other booklet approximately Italy, and never one other Greek Salad, Ann knew something was once convinced, her readers sought after extra of her hilarious shuttle tales. The suggestions and curiosity, particularly in Italy, used to be so overwhelming Ann made up our minds to pack her backs and her devoted vacationing spouse (long-time husband Geoffrey) and head again to discover but extra areas in Italy - for one final time.
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Count Agostini’s ancestors again? It is quite heady for a short while to think that we can actually live here surrounded by such richness. We shower and change and descend the white marbled staircase to meet Charlie and Eva with happy hearts. Sitting in the main salon, our jaws drop at the scale of grandeur. We order spumante, the sweet fizz the Italians love to drink before dinner, a drink we Australians gave up a few decades ago and wish never to revisit. But there is no choice here if we want to drink bubbles, and we do, because this place calls for a cork to be popped.
But, nothing. Italian men, now accustomed to an endless procession of beautiful women from all over the world streaming gorgeously through their streets and lying toplessly on their beaches and wearing almost nothing in their cafés, can’t seem to summon up the enthusiasm for a bella anything any more. But enough talk of men and sex and my conceit. Why should I write a book about Italy, you could well ask, when so many others before me have already done so, and done so well? Because I can, I suppose.
Madame is far too overwhelming and aloof to be questioned about her background. We sense it will be revealed in tiny scraps, if and when she is ready—this turns out to be never, during our brief acquaintance. Everything about her screams out European style and easy elegance. She is quite awesome and the others are respectful to her; we are terrified. We sit in the grotto section of the house, a stone-walled cave-like dining room that still feels open thanks to big folding doors that swing right back to let the glorious garden meander inside.