This is a city of love. Outside both Romeo’s and Juliet’s homes thousands of lovers have inscribed their names in hearts. You can also buy a lock and fasten it to the gate along with the many others who have made promises and thown away the key. Or you cam touch Juliet’s right breast (the shiny one) for good luck.
The architecture tells the story of this ancient city, from Roman roads to new bridges which replaced those blown up in 1945. Here are some of my favourites.
There are rug inspirations everywhere–in the beautiful iron work and the frescoes. But the highlight of yesterday which we found by good luck was the Conte Graphic Arts Museum where the granddaughter of the original owner, Rossana Conte, gave us a wonderful tour. Just look at those stunning geometrics on the old wooden printing blocks!!
Couldn’t resist that last shot which I took with my iphone last night outside the restaurant–iconic!!
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That third shot reminds me of the beef-a-roni tv commercial from the 60s!
Looks amazing Christine! I hope you’re having a fabulous time!
I hope the weather is not to hot! It sure is hot here. Love the photos can’t wait to see more.