Friday, November 5, 2010

Our Honeymoon: A View from the Top.

In our two weeks in Italy we went to four different cities(Venice, Cinque Terre, Florence and Rome) and in almost all of those cities we got a nice view from the top. And every city was gorgeous (obviously) and we could hardly stop taking pictures.

So for today's post I figured, why write when I can just share because who really wants to read on a Friday anyways. So sit back and enjoy the views:

St. Mark's Square:
looking down on St. Mark's Square.

and another view from the top.

Cinque Terre:
hiking the path.

I could look at this every day.

looking down from the Duomo.
such a tiring climb, but so worth it.

Florence is so lovely.

the view from our terrace in Rome.

Oh how I miss it all and it's Italian fabulousness.

Have you seen any lovely views lately?

happy weekend!


wishful nals said...

gorgeous photos + views! i love italy. it is sooo picturesque. have a fabulous weekend, lady! xxo

Nanette said...

I wanna go back, toooooo!

I loved the views from the Cinque Terre path!

LiLu said...

Oh, Rome. I only had ONE DAY there. It was like torture... beautiful, beautiful torture.

Nora said...

So very jealous. Like I can't even tell you how jealous I am. but it's a lot.

Novelista Barista said...

so awesome! i want to go there!

Hillary said...

this makes me want to go back to Rome so bad!

alexa - cleveland's a plum said...

italy is on my travel list for 2011, let's see if i can make it happen :)

McCall Hoerz said...

ah that is so exciting that you went to Italy!! I am spending a year abroad here and I LOVE it!!! It looks like you saw all the best places! Florence in my favorite! I hope you did some amazing shopping! :)

Allison M. said...

the views are amazing! I would love to go there and hope so soon!

Susan said...

Those views are amazing! I saw some great ones in Spain.

EP said...

It looks like y'all had a fantastic time in Italia! This post makes me want to go back and eat my way through that country again... because that is definitely what I did the first time!

d said...

Ah! The Motherland! Florence is pretty amazing, I have to say, but Venice was by far my most favorite place of all time.