Puglia, a southern region forming the heel of Italy’s “boot," is famous for its whitewashed hill towns, old farmland, and miles of beautiful Mediterranean coastline (the most coastline of any region in mainland Italy). Alberobello, picture here, and the Itria Valley feature many “trulli,” white-washed stone huts with those distinctive conical roofs. Lately we've been thinking that perhaps it would be a good idea to open up a location abroad, and so I took it upon myself to look for potential new office spaces. Think this might be a good place? Before you answer have another glass of red wine, some homemade orecchiette with cime di rapa (broccoli rabe) and garlic, and, to finish it off, a pasticciotto, a traditional regional dessert with a flaky outer crust filled with creamy custard. Yes, this would be a good place.