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A staunch foe of simplistic ‘Mars and Venus’ dating drivel.” —Elle * “Breakup Girl is a superhero of a classic stripe. Damn good advice, at that.” —Philadelphia Weekly * “Hip, funny…Editor’s note: We have long owed our readers the conclusion to Julie’s blog series about her Spring 2016 tour of Italian gardens!See Nine Days in Italy: Part I for photos and descriptions of one of my most cherished dream gardens at the Villa del Balbianello.

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(And everyone has a friend who needs the Affirmatron.) Also featured in books, on television, and live on stage, Breakup Girl was co-created (with lots of help) by Lynn Harris and supergenius cartoonist/animator Chris Kalb (Spider Returns.com).Stay for two or three nights if you can—each suite is different and the food is superb.After visiting an ancient Roman bath and touring the beautiful countryside, we and our friends stopped at the biodynamic Avignonesi Vineyards, where we had an amazing wine tour and tasting.This elegant villa was built in the 1800’s by Francesco Melzi d’Eril, count of Lodi and Vice president of the First Italian Republic in the time of Napoleon.Its buildings and grounds were influenced by the neoclassical style prevalent in Napoleanic France.

(And everyone has a friend who needs the Affirmatron.) Also featured in books, on television, and live on stage, Breakup Girl was co-created (with lots of help) by Lynn Harris and supergenius cartoonist/animator Chris Kalb (Spider Returns.com).Stay for two or three nights if you can—each suite is different and the food is superb.After visiting an ancient Roman bath and touring the beautiful countryside, we and our friends stopped at the biodynamic Avignonesi Vineyards, where we had an amazing wine tour and tasting.This elegant villa was built in the 1800’s by Francesco Melzi d’Eril, count of Lodi and Vice president of the First Italian Republic in the time of Napoleon.Its buildings and grounds were influenced by the neoclassical style prevalent in Napoleanic France.An earthen rampart built during the Renaissance, the space was turned into a 2.5-mile park from which you can peek down into gardens, churches, squares, and beyond across a wide-open field that separates the new city from the old.