The Italian Town Where Friends Are Made Without the Internet -- Sharing with Shari
Shari Alyse didn't know what to make of the quaint Vinci when she first arrived. In her own words, she said it "looks like it might not have moved forward since the 1400s." However, she was delightfully surprised to find a culture within the ancient walls that thrived more vibrantly than any other major metropolitan city. The ironic lesson is that in order to connect best with people, we have to trust our ability to know one another in person, not behind the safe walls of a message board.