miércoles, 25 de marzo de 2009

One year ago: La Bella Italia






Más fotos de la tercera escala (en Italia) del viaje que hicimos el año pasado. Recorrimos el norte del país y disfrutamos de unos días hermosos. Durante esa escala conocí Vicenza, el pueblo donde nació mi abuela y vivió algunos años antes de venir a Argentina con su familia. El resto de la historia, para la mayoría de nosotros, es conocida.

More pictures about the third stop (Italy) of the trip we did last year. We enjoyed a beautiful, and sunny, days travelling around the north of the country. I feel very lucky because I could visited Vicenza, the town where my grandmother was born and lived for few years before moved with her family to Argentina. :)

12 comentarios:

Ritva dijo...

lucky you!
beautiful photos too!

mothersvea dijo...

I live there! hehe that's funny!

PROVINS dijo...

Oh, you make Denmark even more dull and grey..
Fell like going straight away:)
Lovely photos..

lea dijo...

i went to venice some years ago and it is a very special and beautiful city! so different from the ordinary city layout with the canals and no grenery. i really like the one with the dark sky and the man in the boat and the one of the open window!

nathalie et cetera dijo...

I never been to Italy. I would love to see Venice... Beautiful photos!

epe dijo...
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epe dijo...

Ritva: thank for commenting, I'm happy you like them! :)
Mothersvea: wow! lucky you! Thank you for visited my blog!
Provins: when I visited Denmark the sun shine every day, guess I was lucky! Is really nice to hear from new people.
Lea: i'm agree with you about Venice, and thank you for nice comments!
Nathalie: Italy is beautiful (and the food is delicious!)!

Schanett dijo...

I like the picture of the window.
it's so typical Italian!!

outi dijo...

wow.. did you have a home-feeling when you went to venice, knowing that your roots are coming from there? a bit intimate question, i was just wondering how it felt:)

Katrine Ny dijo...

Great pics. They all have very much atmosphere! I like the kind of slanting angles in the first 3 pics! Beautiful!

epe dijo...

Schanett: Yes, it´s true!
Katrine Ny: I´m glad with your comment! Thank you so much!
Outi: I feelt this home-feeling in every city in Italy. Many argentinians have italian roots so the spirit, the languaje and the food is similar. But I specially happy for my grandmother because she wished that I could see the city where he was born! :)

outi dijo...

that´s interesting to hear that many argentinias have roots in Italy. hmm..why is it so? there must have been a big movement in one point in the history:)