La Piccola Maison
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It is never easy to know how to spend the last few hours before parting ways on a trip, but we managed to fill every minute and make Mom grateful for the 9+ hours she will have to stay off her feet while flying home. Rome is made for walking, but that is not to say that any of it is easy. Up and down, full of steps, and made of cobblestones, …
We woke this morning knowing that it was time to leave the watery madness of Venice and head south again for Rome. Our time in Italy is coming to an end; tomorrow Mom flies home to New Hampshire and then we fly to Colorado on Monday.
One last walk down the waterfront in Venice brought us to a very calm and relaxed part of the city, …
... couple Olga and Sergey and comedy juggler/magician, Goronwy Thom. This was very good and promises more for the week ahead.
Saturday 29th. This was an at sea day as we continued very slowly toward Korcula. We were only doing around 6 knots and the ship hardly seemed to be moving. We are due to arrive around 8am in the morning. We breakfasted in the Lido buffet on deck 9 as we did not feel like rushing to get to the Britannia restaurant by 9am. The ...
... corner to visit the church of Santa Maria della Vitoria.
I’d read about this church in the novel ‘Angels and Demons’ by Dan Brown, and had always wanted to see it. The exterior of the church was fairly unassuming, especially by Rome’s standards, but the inside more than made up for it. It was exquisitely decorated in marble and gold, and the piece de resistance was the Bernini statue of the Ecstasy of St. Theresa , which was ...
With the ring securely hidden at the base of my bag, the next task outstanding was getting to Rome. I told Rach that I wanted to book the next part of the trip, but wanted to keep it a surprise. Knowing too well the demon I was about to unleash, I had to ensure all my bases were covered.