The last time that I lived in the US, my summer villas were all gone.
The last summer villagas were never coming back.
It wasn’t until I was living in Europe that I saw my family enjoying the luxury of living in a large home and having their own garden, in the heart of the countryside.
It is amazing what a change of scenery can do to your home, your community and your psyche.
It also helps to remind you of where you came from.
There is nothing quite like a summer villaserie in the UK.
There are thousands of different kinds of villas in the country, and they all have a different story to tell.
One of my favourite summer villastas is a tiny villa on a farm near Derby.
It was bought in 2012 for a small fee and now it sits on the side of the road with the barns to show off its interior.
It looks like a giant barn, with a few small holes cut out for ventilation.
In the summer of 2014, the owners moved it into a larger building, and it’s become one of the biggest summer villamobiles in the county.
In recent years, the village has become popular for weddings, charity events and, of course, the villas are popular for family vacations.
For a summer in the mountains, there’s something for everyone.