Tag Archives: Italy
When we traveled to Italy, we were lucky enough to visit the Isle of Capri, and if you want to pay homage to Mother Earth, it is easy to do so there because natural beauty surrounds you wherever you look. … Continue reading
If anyone can dance, it is definitely a gondolier. Daily, he moves his sleek 36′ long gondola along the 26 miles of waterways and canals of Venice, Italy. For over 1,000 years, gondoliers have been offering passengers a beautiful water view of this amazing city. If … Continue reading
The white marble Arch of Septimius Severus at the northwest end of the Roman Forum was built in 203 AD and is nearly 70 feet high. The arch was built to record memorable victories of Emperor Septimius Severus in Parthia (now partly … Continue reading
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Traveling down the Amalfi Coastline of Italy came to mind immediately when I saw this weeks photo challenge – zigzag. If visiting Italy, don’t miss it. It is truly spectacular 🙂 ———— For other interpretations of this the Weekly Photo … Continue reading
A few years ago, the streets of Rome provided more than just a path from one place to another. The talented gentleman creating this fantastic Mona Lisa with chalk took our breath away. 🙂
Gelato is Italy’s version of ice cream. When we visited, we found one gelato shop on just about every block. Gelato comes in a wide variety of natural flavors that are arranged by shop owners in interesting, beautiful displays. There … Continue reading