by Rodari, Gianni.
May 19, 2014
There is an ancient wise saying – almost a secret of the pharaohs – “The man whose name is spoken remains alive.”Twice upon a time there was an exceedingly elderly gentleman named Baron Lamberto, who lived in the villa on his private island of San Giulio in the middle of Lake Orta. Baron Lamberto had the greatest chamomile collection on our planet. He had chamomiles from the Alps and the Caucasus, the Sierras and the Andes, and even from the Himalayas. In addition, he had collections of umbrellas, seventeenth-century Dutch paintings, banks, mansions and two dozen... Read Full Review