Venice is one of my favourite places in Italy. There’s something about exploring the city on foot and getting lost in its massive labyrinth style layout that brings me a certain joy. You get an added bonus of not having any cars in sight.
It’s a scorching hot day in Rome. Stephanie and I arrived just a few hours ago but after a quick stop at the hotel, we’re already making our way through the city streets. Destination unknown.. Following the gernal direction fo the Vatican, we eventually end up at Castel Sant’Agnelo, also known as Hadrian’s Tomb.
With Covid restrictions lifted and the majority of people vaccinated, it was time to finally take a vacation outside of Canada. For our great Covid escape, Stéphanie and I chose to spend two weeks in Italy. We would start up in Rome, then make our way to La Spezia and visit the Cinque Terre region. After spending a few days exploring the five...
There’s something about Venice. Everywhere you go, there will be a sight that just captivates your attention even though nothing special is happening. Every little bridge you crosse makes you pause for a few seconds… or even minutes as you contemplate the the architecture and atmosphere.