Where do I start? There are so many reasons I love Italy, and if you have been following my blog you probably know most of them. The people, the little villages built into the hillsides, the architecture, the art, the food, the way I feel at home there, the wine, the narrow winding alleys. I could go on and on.
To quote a cliché a picture is worth a thousand words so enjoy a few of the reasons I love Italy through my photographs.
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It could have been me who wrote this post. I agree with every word. Va bene
The only thing I didnt like was getting robbed on a train in Rome and all the vespers on the streets but that wont stop my love affair with Italy..
Thank you Liz for sharing a comment and I am glad to know you are still traveling to Bella Italia!
You’ve convinced me Margie…Italy is waiting for me, not that I needed much convincing…but it’s got to be done.
It is always there…Hope you can go soon!
Wonderful photos, Margie, made me smile 🙂
Makes me want to go back!
Thankyou for taking time to post these delightful photos..particularly..Apricale Wall..love that old stone look..and Vernazza havent been there yet!! Loving your book..kind regards from Tassie
Thanks so much Liz..So glad you are enjoying my book! Apricale was a delightful town on a hill. Totally non-touristy. I loved it.
Beautiful pics and so very true Margie!
Thanks so much!
There is much to love here and you have captured some of it well. You would not have loved the last few months of miserable rain.
It’s a unique county. Beautiful and full of life. l hope to return.
I hope you do Kate – Thanks
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Agree completely with all of that and so much more!! Bella Italia!!!
Grazie!!! Nice to connect with another lover of Italy!
What’s not to love? Any place that invented cappuccino AND pizza is a keeper.
Thank you Bonnie! Absolutely!