I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for sticking with me during these past many months. I hope this site has been one that you have found enjoyable and helpful. I’ve certainly learned a lot. It wasn’t too long ago that I wished all my Italian friends, Buon Ano, which unfortunately meant good ass 🙂 rather than Happy New Year.
Learning Italian is an amazing journey and I hope you enjoy it. You have been great readers. Grazie mille e tanti auguri amici.
If you have friends or family members traveling to Italy, especially anyone heading to or near Lucca or anyone wanting to learn Italian please let them know about my website, www.welovelucca.com. Grazie mille!
BUON ANNO AMICI, ROBERTO
For the next two weeks, we’ll look back at two of the most popular posts, Bloopers, Blunders and Gaffes, Parts One and Two.