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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Four-day trip to Italy

So Alex and I have decided to take one final short trip this summer. We've been blowing out travel this summer (Amsterdam and Chicago) because we're really hoping to get pregnant this fall (have I mentioned that already?:) and if all goes according to plan, we know next summer will be a wash. With a newborn and a toddler, we won't be traveling much! We figured we'd treat this summer like One Last Hurrah, before what (hopefully) will be a chaotic, noisy, sleepless couple of years ahead:)

We decided to go alone to Italy for the next four days, and my mom is staying with Toby. We're going for just four days to keep it more affordable and also because we didn't want to be away from Toby for too long. We chose Capri because tomorrow is our third anniversary, and we went to nearby Positano for our honeymoon, so this will be like a fun flashback. We're really, really excited, and it seems surreal. (Even while I'm writing this, it still hasn't kicked in that we're actually going.) I'll be posting every day this week and am looking forward to sharing photos next week.

Have you ever been to Capri? Any advice? We would love to hear:) Thank you so much! xoxo

(Sorry this post kept disappearing! Blogging was tricky from our hotel in Italy:) Photo by Giuseppe Greco in National Geographic)

102 comments:

Kels said...

The Blue Grotto in Capri is really amazing to see. Definitely worth it even though you only get to be in the cave for a minute or so!

Have a great time!

Michelle said...

Have fun!

Alli said...

Two words: Marina Piccola!

http://www.capri.com/en/s/marina-piccola-2

Buon viaggio!

Unknown said...

Capri and Positano are my two favorite places I have been in Italy! Go have drinks on the patio of the Grand Hotel Quisisana. There is also an amazing italian restaurant in a hotel at the very top of the cliff so it overlooks the entire island. I can't remember the name, but we were referred by the concierage the the Quisisana. I am SO jealous of this right now.

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holtkamp said...

sounds amazing! and happy anniversary!

Giulia said...

Have a great trip and rent a vespa!

Rachel said...

Will you be renting a car? I am currently planning a trip to Italy, possibly Capri, and am wondering if it's possible without a car. Thanks!

Amanda said...

Lunch:
La Fontelina (not da Luigi!): Spectacular view of the Faraglioni rocks.
Da Gemma: Casual pizza/pasta/grilled fish in town.
Dinner:
La Grotelle: A little bit of a hile but worth it.
Al Grottino: In town.

Erika Peterson said...

You have to get a pair of sandals on the other side of the island (Anacapri) from Antonio Viva - best shoes ever! I got a simple, nude color and they go with everything. Plus, the old man is absolutely adorable!

http://sandalocaprese.it/

Y said...

i love italy!!!!! Have an amazing time!!

xoxox

Diana Mieczan said...

Oh how wonderful Joanna. Have the best time and happy 3rd anniversary to you and Alex:) I love Italy. Kisses

Jenna | The Paleo Project said...

Never been to Capri - just got back from 7 days in Paris! Enjoy it, gorgeous time of year as you probably know!

Betsy said...

Go late in the day once the tourist boats are gone and swim through the grotto. Amazing.

Erin said...

Have a wonderful glorious blast of a time!

Debbie Peters said...

Ditto Erika Petersen! Make it out to the rocky "beach" at Punta Carena on the other side of the island. It's beautiful, and lesser known: http://www.capri.com/en/s/punta-carena

I was just there in June! Have fun!

Sarah said...

Good for you guys! I love it when couples decide to do these fun, quick trips.

Did you guys get your tickets through a great sale or travel site? Always curious where people decide to book quick trips...

skatieperdue said...

don't let the guys at the blue grotto swindle you! my friend got an extra like 20 euro taken from him when they gave him his change back. just count your money!

KJ said...

Fun coincidence that you mentioned this today, as I'm leaving on Thursday for my first trip to Italy! We're going to Rome, Venice, and Florence. I've actually never been to Europe at all, so I'm especially excited :) Hope you have a wonderful time.

Julianna Marie said...

Oh gosh, how I miss Capri! I went there two years ago, and it was my favourite part of Italy!

1. Go and walk through the lemon orchards, they smell heavenly!
2. Drink some fresh lemonade from all the little stands there.
3. The gelato shops right on the shore are the best ones.

Nicole said...

Capri is one of my favorite places I've ever visited! I lived in Rome for a year and Capri was one of my favorite italian desinations. Definitely make it up to anacapri and walk around...the views are stupendous. Eat only seafood...it's to die for! And shopping-wise, pick up a pair of custom leather sandals (they make them for you on the spot), the beautiful blue letter/number tiles and for something truly special, a cameo pendant. I wear mine from there every single day....it's my most prized piece of jewelry!

Gina said...

I love Capri!!!!! Lucky you two! It's the most perfect place in the world from 4pm on when all the day trippers leave. Take the hike to the chair lift over in Anacapri during the day. We had the most splendid dinner at Aurora. We stayed at La Scalinatella. Have a drink there outside. Lunch is fantastic by their pool with a view. Have a great trip. So jealous!

Jessica. Alma. said...

Diddo to the shoe comment. They are my favorite sandals ever!!!

Jennifer G. said...

PLACES TO SEE IN CAPRI -

My brother visited there & I asked him for three "must do's." He said:

"Number one is the blue lagoon. Two is the ski lift. I guess the third thing is to ride on the buses which are so teeny but you'd do that anyway. Also, Marina Picola is an interesting area too but you will have to arrive through there. And I heard the green grotto is good too but I didn't have time to go. I think you can swim at that one where you can't at the blue grotto."

Enjoy yourselves!

lmm_lisa said...

I have stayed at the qusisana as well and it is gorgeous is you get to go there!

Julie said...

Happy Anniversary! I was just in Capri earlier this month; it's lovely right now, but very HOT. Drink lots of those granitas. I remember you wrote that Alex went in the Blue Grotto on your honeymoon... you should do it this time. It really is dazzling inside. Also, take the chair lift to the very top of the island - gorgeous views! Have a great time. Can't wait to read your write up of it.

RR said...

Capri, Positano and the Almafi coast in general is just a super terrific place to go. We went in July.

@Rachel, I'd recommend a car for getting to the region but it is easy to travel between towns on the coast via ferry. It is just difficult to reach this area by train (and our hotel concierge really recommended against traveling through Naples). If you have time, I highly recommend ancient Pompei.

My blog posts regarding this trip:

http://notsoseriousmidwestmom.blogspot.com/2012/07/positano-best-base-camp-in-positano.html

http://notsoseriousmidwestmom.blogspot.com/2012/07/traveling-almalfi-coast-getting-there.html

Malia said...

How lovely! I tried to get my husband on board with the one last hurrah deal too. Needless to say no travels happened, and guess who's pregnant. Maybe I can convince him into a babymoon...

sev2108 said...

I was *just* there two weeks ago! Where are you staying? There are so many great walks and hikes around the island. Starting from the piazzeta, you can walk up to Villa Jovis for an amazing view, down past the Faraglioni (there's a great beach club down there, too, Da Luigi) and back along the amazing villas to Capri Town. Definitely take a boat (one of the girros is fun) around the island and visit anacapri (and walk back along the strada fenicia, if you dare!)

Oh and don't forget to eat lots and lots of fish and drink Aperol Spritzes!

Alexa said...

so fun!! maybe you'll have another honeymoon flashback and come back expecting :)

have so much fun!

Erzulimojo said...

I live in Naples, so Capri is in view every day . . . I agree that the Quisisana is an amazing place. But most of my island hopping has been to the sister islands of Ischia and Procida. It's just cooling off slightly here at night, so bring a wrap for evenings.
The local red is Aglianico and the local white is Falanghina. Both wonderful. I don't think they allow you to swim at the Blue Grotto -- but everything is negotiable here. Wish you had more time as Naples is a wonderful place, too, full of delights and mysteries.

Dawn said...

My husband and I spent a day in Capri during a trip over to Europe-you'll have many beautiful photo ops, drink limoncello (bring some back, they come in pretty bottles), and do the boat tour around the island ending with the blue grotto. Yes, it's touristy, but the experience is worth it!
Side note: During a relaxing post-meal moment at a restaurant, we noticed a gentleman lean way back in his chair and sigh (in a very strong accent-think rolling r’s), "ahhhhh…….Kaaahhh-prriiii". We chuckled then, but realize now how perfectly he described the island-there are no words, just a lovely exhale. You’ll know when you’ve arrived because you too will be thinking, “Ah…Capri”

The Search for J Street said...

I'm sure lots of people will tell you this, but you have to stop by Carthusia. It is the world's smallest perfume laboratory, and its gorgeous. A crisp white interior tucked away on a lush hill side. The orange candles they sell were my favorite. I'd recommend stocking up on a ton. Who knows when you'll have the chance to pop by Capri again!

caroline said...

ooohh, have fun makin' babies! and in Italy, of course.

Barb said...

On the island there is this beautiful little perfumery that makes AMAZING scents. I highly recommend finding it and taking a little tour (and also buying some authentic Italian cologne for your man). It's called Carthusia and the website is here: http://www.carthusia.it/

LKF said...

You have to go to the Blue Grotto! Also, rent a boat while you're there and circle the entire island. We were even able to anchor and swim for a bit. So beautiful there! Enjoy!

toria said...

Have a wonderful time! Congrats!

Erika @ ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

so exciting - have a blast!

Ich said...

http://www.mitele.es/programas-tv/callejeros-viajeros/temporada-4/programa-160/

This is a documentary about the "Amalfitana Coast", very interesting. You can find information about Capri and others villages, like Positano. It`s in Spanish, I don´t know if you speak Spanish, but the video it´s great. Enjoy it!!

fore front said...

i have a feeling baby numero dos is going to be conceived in capri...just sayin! ;)

Nataliya said...

I'm so excited for you. We are hoping to start trying for baby #2sometime soon and want to travel to Europe beforehand too! Hope you have a great time.

Carley Gilman said...

My friend Sarah just visited Capri and told me to tell you not to miss the chairlift up to anacapri! :) Have a great time!

kelly said...

how exciting! i wondered if your "packing for a trip" post was foreshadowing..:) how do you guys organize everything you want to do (restaurants, shops, etc) when you go on trips? do you have an app you love? old-fashioned list? hope you guys have a blast!

Glamourbibliotekaren said...

I absolutely loved Capri. What I remember the most, is Villa San Michele in Anacapri, the residence of the Swedish doctor Axel Munthe in the 1890s. I want to live like that! It has the most wonderful view, a beautiful pergola, a small concert hall and a wonderful peaceful garden. Here and here are some of my Capri pictures, if you want to have a look.
I also remember the smell - honeysuckle everywhere, salt sea, the warm, soft, herb-smelling balmy air. Have a great vacation!!

wanderluster said...

Have fun! We are going to Sicily next week but almost picked Capri instead. It looks amazing!

CC said...

If you're adventurous, swim into the blue grotto, don't take the boat! They say it's illegal but when you go through the mouth of the cave, you'll find a little chain under the surface of the water to help you pull yourself through. It is surreal and awesome in there.

Also, I'd take the chairlift up to the top of the mountain but hike down. Hike around the island, especially under the natural arch. It really doesn't take long to get from one end to another.

My favorite beach was the one at Faro, I think. There are no sandy beaches on Capri, they call the one near the main town "sandy" but it's big rocks. And crowded. The Faro one is flat sheets of rock, and you jump into the ocean like it's a pool! There's even a ladder to climb out.

Oh and Axel Munthe's villa is awesome.

Man! Now I want to go back! Happy anniversary to you and Alex! Buon viaggio!

CC said...

Oops, I'm sorry, not Faro, I meant Punta Carena. Loved that beach!

Magdalena said...

Have fun! :) Can't wait to see photos.


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Megan said...

I spent a day there this summer and fell in love with it. Enjoy!

Elena Rosa Brown said...

How lovely! We lived in Rome for a year and found Capri to be absolutely magical.

My top memory was of us exploring all around the island on little footpaths that crisscrossed the cliffs. We stumbled upon a quote by Pablo Neruda on a plaque on the rocks. Try and find a copy of his Il Postino or his love poems. I think they'd be perfect reads for a romantic break!

Hope you have a lovely time

x Elena @ Randomly Happy

Marcia said...

We went there on our honeymoon. You will have a blast. Absolute musts, in my opinion:
- Sandals from Anthony in Anacapri.
- Eat dinner at Da Paulino. You have to take a cab there. It is SO worth it. AMAZING. If you like fruti de mare, my husband said it's the best he's ever had.
- Freshly made waffle cones with gelato from the place on the main street between the town square and the Quisisana. You will be able to smell the cones being made.
-Torre Saracena for lunch - overlooking the water. We love the pasta piselli (pasta & peas). To die for delicious. We got there by boat but I also think you can hike down there. Don't miss this.

Little Blond Bird said...

It's my anniversary today too! Unfortunately Italy is not in the plans but maybe some Italian food...

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poised for absolutes said...

tough life, joanna. tough life.

Sarah said...

Breathe in the beautiful smells and even the bottled ones at Carthusia-my favorite perfume of all time. I think you can still visit the factory on the island. It's heavenly!

Buone vacanze!!

cnine said...

Blue Grotto!!! You're not supposed to swim inside, but we did anyway!

A.Co said...

SO happy for you! What an amazing trip this will be.

I love that you two have taken a few trips WITHOUT Toby, sounds like you make each other a priority and your relationship is important; LOVE THAT.

Have an AMAZING (and safe) time!!

Katie said...

I've been to Capri twice, and I visited the same secret swimming cove both times -- and elderly Italian man told me about it on my first trip there, and it was amazing!

Also, on my first trip to Capri (I was 18), my best friend and I met two local gentlemen, also 18, and they took us to the ruins of an old roman villa for a midnight picnic. So romantic!

There's lots to discover, and it's hard to go wrong. You will have a great time!!

JenV said...

I love Capri and the views are stunning. I had a delicious meal at Villa Brunella's restaurant (pic you posted yesterday). Lemon risotto, I can still remember it from 6 years ago!

My favorite things to do on Capri: Hiking around the island, 2)boat tour and swim in blue grotto, not allowed as mentioned but we finagled, personally I love the idea of going there after hours as the whole tourist trap thing took some of the fun out of it 3)Axel Munthe House 4)pizza at Da Gemma 5) sipping scroppinos on the piazza and people watching 6) shopping!! I have bought three pair of shoes over the years hitting up end of season sales (but I am always there end of September). 7) Anacapri-The Church of San Michele and it's majolica floor. 8)Drinking beers at Marina Grande waiting for ferries.

Valeria Farill said...

Go to Francesco Sensi Art Gallery for some contemporary art! Ask for Ximena, she's really nice, speaks fluent English and will give you a tour of all four galleries!

Olivia Krommes said...

I haven't been to Capri, but just arrived in Siena (near Florence) two days ago! I'm a student and am here for the semester to study art history. What a beautiful place. Enjoy your vacation!

Jamie Herzlinger said...

Italy is by far, one of my top 5 places to visit! So romantic and one of the centers of design!

Amazing!

Love, Jamie Herzlinger

Heather M said...

I loved Capri, it is so gorgeous and romantic! Just watch your step when you are walking. My husband and I were there in April, and had to cut our visit short because I tripped off of a tall curb while eating gelato and I broke my leg. Not my proudest moment...

Hannah Joy said...

How lovely!

I just went to Positano (staying in Montepertuso) and Capri this summer (following many of your recommendations!).

I'd definitely recommend that you check out the blue grotto after hours. Once you get past the entrance, it's not bad at all.

We spent a day hiking around and went to Tiberius' Villa Jovis at the top corner of the island. It was empty and romantic and had beautiful views. I think I'd recommend it over Pompeii (so much smaller and more intimate).

Enjoy and drink lots of limoncello! I'm so jealous!!

White Tapestry said...

I JUST got back from sailing the Amalfi Coast and we stopped in Capri for two days and loved it. A little flashy (dress to impress) but we ate at this great restaurant called Aurura (you'll love it). When we were waiting for our tender to pick us up at the dock P Diddy pulled up with a very young girlfriend and was heading into Capri...so it's quite the hot spot! Have a great, great time!!

Kimberly Olsen said...

We went to Italy for 2 weeks in July and it was AMAZING! We were in Capri for only a day but I could spend a month there. Easy. I literally think about Capri every single day since we got back. It was my favorite place I've ever been in my entire life. I can't wait to go back! You have to the do 2 hr boat tour around the island, go inside the Blue Grotto and visit Villa San Michele! The view is absolutely amazing. Also, ride the Monte Solaro chairlift for an incredible view. I am so jealous! I want to come too!

Elizabeth said...

Boat tour of the island perimeter that includes going in the Blue Grotto is the #1 must, and then the chairlift to the top of Anacapri for incredible views! Grab lunch with a view... and then you could get sandals made for you at Canfora, Jackie-O style!

Michelle said...

Love the quick trip to Italy! How romantic. My husband and I are taking our third "Last Hurrah" trip in October, since you never exactly know when a baby is going to show up ;) I'm hoping for Paris... ;)

brandieraaschphotography said...

I actually just went to Capri a few weeks ago! Absolutely loved it! Did lunch at a place called Terrammare that I would recommend. Owned by an older Italian woman who makes so much amazing food for you, it's really nice and felt like having a home cooked meal in Italy. Also take the chair lift up to Monte Solaro on Anacapri, great views.

Have a great trip!

Caddy said...

Capri's lovely! I went last year with my best friend and it was lovely. I'd recommend riding the chair lift up to the top, you get a lovely view of the whole island.

Alexa said...

Oh wow! Have a fabulous time in Italy!

jackie said...

i love the little last minute getaway idea. hope you two are enjoying yourselves! and happy anniversary :)

portugalnocoração said...

what a coincidence! We are going with the kids to sleep in Amalfi and then Vesuvio and Pompeii. Enjoy Italy, it's still very warm (32 C) around here.

Carolin said...

I've been there and the Island is just beautiful! Make sure you get to the Villa Jovis. It's at the top of the Island and in the summer heat it's quite a trip but the view is spectacular. You should probably take the Funiculare up to the highest point it goes and then hike the rest of the way.

If you have the chance to go to Sorrento (which is a little town from where there are ferries going to Capri.. maybe you even got to the Island of Capri via Sorrento Harbor) you should find a Gelateria called Davide Augusto's. Their ice-cream is uh-may-zing! As it is everywhere in Italy. But this place is one of the best I've been to. It's not far from the city square in a very teeny tiny street. Just ask people. Preferrably younger ones cause the older people tend to not know much English if any at all.

And also they have markets and merchants in Sorrento where you can find some pretty cheap buys if you know a bit of haggling ;)

I hope you have a great trip!

lovey dovey said...

Pizza at Ristorante Da Giorgio, lemon pasta at Pulalli Wine Bar (have them reserve you a table on the balcony!), spend the day at La Fontelina Beach!

N said...

You will love it! It's very chi-chi. Taking the ski lift up to the top of Anacapri was a highlight. The views are incredible!

Kathleen Heffner said...

I hope you have a wonderful trip (good luck conceiving!)

cuentoscantabria said...

Have a fun, happy time in the Sun!

Liza said...

oh I love it. We lived in Naples for two years and frequent both all the time. Hope you make sometime for Ischia...It's much more quaint and lovely than Capri.

Green School Team said...

Take a day trip to the Poseidon gardens in Ischia- a full day there is heaven- costs about €35- there are lots of thermal baths and pools at different temperatures- we went for a half day last week and regretted not spending the full day there- you feel fab after it! Procida is also supposed to be amazing- I got all my info from the walksofitaly blog- great hints and tips for Italy.

ali.burgoon said...

be sure to take the chair lift from anacapri to the top! incredible views and a fantastic place to sit at the edge and enjoy a mid-afternoon drink! also, this past spring when i was in positano we had a private boat take our group to two spots to go cliff jumping-- an experience to remember! hope you have a fabulous and relaxing trip :)

compostandcupcakes said...

Definitely would recommend Anacapri as well! A beautiful spot. Don't miss the Blue Grotto, the cave is unforgettable. Obviously eat a lot of caprese (where it originated!) Our spot was Cinque Terre last year and are headed to Santorini in two weeks! Have a wonderful time and don't forget vespas!

trinaenriquez said...

You guys will want to ride the Monte Solaro chairlift, as several other people commented. It's like you're sailing over people's backyards, only be advised that a flimsy-looking bar is all that separates you from a 20-foot drop at some points. (Sorry, I was a bit more spooked by that than I expected to be.) Views, however, are fantastic.

Alex already did the Blue Grotto on your honeymoon, right? I seem to remember you elected to hang out in the boat while he ventured inside when you guys were honeymooning.

Will you be leaving the island at all? I really loved taking a speedboat to La Tonnarella, a little restaurant tucked into a sandy cove that you can get to pretty much only by boat. It's so amazing to by whizzing by the coast, wind in your hair, to this little secret place. Of course, it'd be a bit of a haul from Capri, but it's something to consider (http://www.bbc.com/travel/feature/20111007-live-the-good-life-on-the-amalfi-coast/4).

Buon viaggio e buon divertimento!

amiechristo said...

That sounds like a wonderful way to spend the last few days of summer together! Have loads of fun. :)

Berta said...

I would spend one day at the Negombo in Ischia, a wonderful thermal park (I recommend the hammock zone)and have an amazing lunch with vegetables from their garden in the Casa Colonica. I've been to all theparks in Ischia, and this is the best one imo. If you wish to invest in an incredible dining experince, book the chef table at the Mosaico three michelin stars restaurant, at Hotel Manzi. The food is unforgettable and the chef really charming.

Berta said...

@RR @Rachel You can easily reach the islands arriving at Naples train station and booking a direct transfert from there (onischia.com is really well organized). You will harldly realize you are in Naples that way. Anyway Naples is an amazing town and I have spent more than an holiday there, don't need to be scared at all, just beware the pickpockets and accepts that you cannot control taxi fares... @RR I just spent a week in the islands with no car, y ou don't need one....

one lucky girl said...

I loooooove Capri! It's my absolute favorite place in Italy and I think the best time to go is early fall/late summer.
Stay at the J.K. Place, it is stunning and the food is spectacular: http://www.asmallthingbutmyown.com/2010/11/capri-italy-jk-place.html
Get some sandals made here: http://www.asmallthingbutmyown.com/2010/11/capri-italy-calzoleria-vincenzo-faiello.html
And, definitely check out Carthusia for the most heavenly perfumes, especially Mediterraneo: http://www.asmallthingbutmyown.com/2010/10/capri-italy-carthusia.html

Have an amazing trip!! I'm jealous ;)

one lucky girl said...

oh! and get some Capri pants :)
http://www.asmallthingbutmyown.com/2010/11/capri-italy-la-parisienne.html

Mélanie A. said...

Capri is so romatnic. Go to Canfora and buy a pair of shoes and then think about me . THis is my dream to go next summer to be abble to buy a pair of sandals in the shop

lil j said...

I have been and stayed for 4 days. Please please please rent a boat you drive yourself and go around the island to visit all the grottos. Also if you are going to see the famous blue grotto wait until 5 pm (thats when the boats stop going in) and swim in...its magical and much better than paying for the canoe ride(you dont get to swim if in the boat they just kinda push you through). Either way enjoy every second of it!

maticki said...

make a baby!:)(or break a leg)

Sequoia said...

I love Capri! I stayed in Anacapri and loved the contrast to that of Capri. Marina Piccolo was already mentioned and it's lovely.

I also got a pair of handmade leather sandals in Anacapri and the Carthusia perfume in Capri (Jackie O used to wear it) smells amazing. Whatever you do you'll just fall in love with Capri. I can't wait to visit it again.

Sammi said...

catching up a bit late here, hope you had a great trip, and am looking forward to hearing about it X

Cara said...

Go to the Blue Grotto and see if the row boat man will let you swim in it like they did for me and my sisters. It was incredible!! Also, definitely ride up to the top of Anacapri in the single person chair lift. The view of the island is amazing from up there.

sherievon said...

Thanks for this post - you have firmed my resolve to go to Positano and Capri. We have just returned from Italy and fell in love with it. Deciding where to return is going to be hard but Positano and Capri are now a the top of my list. My daughter introduced me to your blog and I so enjoy it. Keep up the good work.

Fai said...

How nice! I'd love to visit Italy someday.

Hope you have a wonderful time :)

x

Cheryl said...

I know this is after the fact, but here are our pics from Capri.
http://www.cherjoyblog.com/2011/12/capri.html

I would so go back!! Great choice:)

Nadine Sedillo said...

I heard so much about Capri too, beautiful place. We'll Italy is just lovely so no wonder every region of it is also really beautiful. I think it's just the most romantic place to spend a holiday with a loved one. So, I'm sure you guys had a really good time together. Cheers to your new baby!

Rod Lucas said...

I'm saving up for a big trip! I figured everything out with a travel agency for italy and other cool European countries!

rmuhoho said...

Wow, That path down to the beach is dizzying. Nice pics and hills. The water looks very fresh as well.

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myezplan said...

Enjoy your next trip to Milan

myezplan said...

Milan is one of the most amazing and beautiful cities from Italy, don’t miss the chance to visit it!

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