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Tuscan cooking school

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My husband and I were scheduled to go to Tuscany, Italy in 2014 to do a 1-week Italian cooking class with Tuscookany. Due to a family emergency, we could not take the trip. The school has given us a credit to use in 2015 but we will not be able to use it.

If you are looking at booking a 1-week class with Tuscookany, either the 1-week Italian or 1-week Mediterranean, please let me know and maybe we can give you our credit in exchange for payment. Tuscookany accepts money in USD, so if you are living in Canada, like I am, then it may be better to purchase from me, given the exchange rate is higher now than when we paid.

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