Latest Photos From Two Weeks In Italy

View through an archway looking out at el Campo in Siena
The Piazza del Campo in Siena
The interior of the Duomo in Siena
The interior of the Duomo in Siena
The River Arno at Pisa
The River Arno at Pisa
The leaning Tower of Pisa viewed from a distance
The leaning Tower of Pisa viewed from a distance

These are some more of the photos from our trip to Italy that we took in November and December of 2015.

Wow! I can say 2015 and it means last year ๐Ÿ™‚

The photos and others are featured in several articles that Tamara and I wrote for the blog for Quillcards.

Here are the names of the articles and the links:

Marathon Days and Italian Chic In Florence

How to Enjoy the Uffizi Gallery

The River Arno and The Leaning Tower

One Quick Day Sightseeing in Siena

Spend the Day in overlooked Lucca


  1. Rebekah says:

    All beautiful! Love the one of the River Arno — that’s an amazing shot!


    1. Roll on summer, eh? ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Italy is nice. Good food and nice scenery.


    1. Yes, it is tempting to go and live there.


      1. If I were to move to another country, I guess it would be USA, Australia or Canada. It would be easier, since I already know how to speak USAian, Canadish and Australian! ๐Ÿ˜€


        1. Ah, yes – language. Thinking of a non-English speaking country is great until the reality of trying to read an electric bill, contact a doctor, negotiate broadband wifi, etc takes over and suddenly it doesn’t seem such a good idea. ๐Ÿ™‚


      2. Exactly. Learning enough to get around at the market and in daily life is easy enough, but doctors, the legal mumbo-jumbo etc, that can be a struggle. Anyway, my ex and I have shared custody over our son, so I can’t move anywhere unless I’m willing to give up that shared custody and not see my son.


        1. It’s tough on you.


      3. Very tough. I don’t want to live here anymore, but I have no other option really.


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