By Alexander Green On our recent Chairman’s Circle Private Wealth Cruise from Rome to Marseille – with stops along the way in Villefranche-sur-Mer, Saint-Tropez, Corsica, Ibiza and other spots easy on the eye – a few of my colleagues and I decided to skip the tour of Florence.
We’d been there a few times before and so decided to spend the day visiting some of the smaller towns in Tuscany.
We hired a private driver – a chatty, middle-aged fellow named Ignazio – and headed out.
Along the way, I asked Ignazio whether he and his fellow citizens were optimistic about Italy’s future.
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