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From the Tuscany countryside, we headed to the wonderful city of Verona. Now, Verona is mostly known for being the home to the famous home of Romeo and Juliet. Both homes are beautiful and I’m a complete sucker for Shakespeare, plus the city isn’t crazy and hectic like Rome. On our first night, we were all rather skeptical, thinking that Verona was one of those places we should’ve just skipped-my brother had wanted to spend that day and a half in Venice. But after a full day in Verona, we ended up really loving that city. It’s not a place where you can spend multiple days because it’s really not a very large city, but I definitely think that it’s worth the trip. The reason it’s difficult to spend a lot of time in Verona is that you can walk the entire city in the course of a day. On the note of walking versus driving, I highly recommend dumping your rental car back at the store once you get into the city (if you used a rental car to drive to any of these cities from more rural villages). You can walk virtually anywhere, the maps provided by the hotels are incredibly helpful, and the cost of parking/gas is insanely high in Italy. Save yourself a headache, as well as some extra spending money and return the car.
Verona has the best shopping that I saw during our time in Italy. It has the crazy, expensive brands like Gucci and Louis Vuitton but I found some cute, little stores like this adorable textile factory store where I found the cutest tote bag. I had a lot of fun walking the streets of Verona; it really is one of those picturesque Italian cities that you see pictures of.
Nice shot, sounds like a fun town! :)
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I just got back from a 3-week road trip across Italy.
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As you know, I’m a big time fan of your snazzy, jazzy, toe-tapping site. You do make the world a better place, one foot at a time. During my recent trip to Rome, I snapped a few images of some rather handsome tootsies. For you, I kept my eyes peeled for ones possessing with mass appeal. This shot was taken at the Vatican on a bright, sunny day back in December.
Keep on snapping and stepping!
As I write this post I realize that cigarette break has a double meaning: it can mean to have a break in order to smoke a cigarette, but it can also mean to take a break from smoking cigarettes.
I happen to be in the second category this time, as I haven`t been smoking for months now and I can`t even remember how I quitted.
However, there are a lot of people smoking in this post and you may want to take a look at the photos below to see this.
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Swim in the Trevi Fountain, not too shabby, huh? We even discussed the “bail me out of jail” plan with Luana. The day we visited Rome, there was no way I was ever going to even make it close enough to water and cops were everywhere… oh well, next time…
But I wasn’t about to give up. Como has a fantastic fountain, it was hot and there was almost no other people around it and no cops, the only person near by was a photographer taking pics of the fountain and a manager of the nearby restaurant. He knew I was up to something… When he realized what I was about to do, he smiled and gave me a nod.
Gave my camera to the photographer who was next to me and went for it… Incredible feeling! First, because you’re not supposed to get inside and second, it was so hot, that the cool water hitting my body, gave me an absolute orgasmic sensation. When I managed to get out of the fountain all drenched and laughing, manager of the restaurant clapped and then a couple other people who walked by, joined him.
When in Como, one must visit funicular railway and go to the top of the mountain. Old villas, peace and breathtaking views of Como.
When I arrived in Como, noticed an advertisement of Carnevale, was so exited to be a part of it. However, forgot the exact dates, I blame Fresco bar for that. But you know, when something is meant to happen, it will.. On one of our walks around Como, Me and Annick, got lost. Trying to figure out how to get to our street, we hear loud sounds of drums…
We decided to follow the sound…
My wish came true…
What a fantastic post, you really had a blast! :)
Beautiful picture, love the play with color! :)
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