This is a space where the cliffs and the houses have made their marriage for a good many years and it was a masterful process, a lesson not in eroding but in fitting.
A 7 day family trip to France with a 3 day focus on Normandy and historic WW2 sites, stopping also in Nantes and Paris
When I travel plan, my brain sorts out an itinerary from degrees of overly ambitious to still-quite-busy but at least you have time to sleep. None of it’s impossible, but your dominos need to be lined up just so to make it work. But this long weekend in Rome demanded a slower, no stress sort of experience.
In a city that once intimidated and demanded so much, something quiet and peaceful blossomed within me. At that riverbank, all alone, a new world started to bleed over the horizon, a moment of serenity that confounds me now.
A travel blog lends itself pretty easily to topics to be written about. Going somewhere? There’s your next post. Title? Name of the destination + possibly the duration + possibly the means of getting there. It’s the complete lazy person’s prompt. It also leads to lazy writing and boring blog. Blah. I’m afraid that’s all […]