Thursday, August 29, 2013

Tuscany

After a beautiful week spent in Tuscany we got home. Here are some photos of the trip.
Castagneto Carducci:

Lido di Camaiore (this is the park of the hotel where I could swim in the pool):

 Marina di Pietrasanta:

Viareggio, where we were so lucky to find the summer carnival:

Pisa:

Forte dei Marmi:


Torre del Lago Puccini:

Volterra:


Orbetello: the town where the Black Knight and Sir Giorgio fought many running battles (now it is legend).

Question for Johann and Ewen: in some photos I wear 3 different "official" rugby jerseys. Can you see them?

19 comments:

  1. Fantastic! Thank you for sharing your beautiful pics. I will live vicariously thru you!

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  2. Your photos make me want to go on holidays. Looks like you had an amazing one.

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  3. Your holidays look wonderful!

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  4. Beautiful photos! It was almost a year ago that we visited Italy. Even though we didn't visit those particular places, your photos bring back memories of that trip.

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  5. Beautiful photos! It was almost a year ago that we visited Italy. Even though we didn't visit those particular places, your photos bring back memories of that trip.

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  6. Thanks for sharing all the beautiful photos of your country! I really enjoy them. Wales, France and Italy! :)

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  7. alla faccia stè, ma quanto andate girando? almeno non ingrassi, mi sembra.... :)

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  8. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Yes, I see French, Welsh and Italian! I like the Italian - nice and subdued. Beautiful holiday.

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  10. Looks like you had a wonderful time. Beautiful scenery everywhere!

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  11. Hi Stefano! I saw your comment on Jill's blog--I'm sorry I haven't stopped by yours for a while. Those are amazing pictures. I've been to Barcelona but not the others--I would love to go to France with my husband someday. We had a nice summer holiday at home while our kids were away for 10 days with my parents. :^)
    I read the prior post too. I think you are doing well with the swimming and running as much as you can. As for me, I'm training for the Chicago Marathon on Oct. 13. Hoping for good weather--the training has been reasonable.

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  12. Fantastic scenery!! We need to get you an S.A. rugby jersey too... :)

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  13. Beautiful! I have been to Pisa once.... I remember looking for the famous tour de Pise...and guess where it was.....right behind me! Ha ha!

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  14. I think if I could go anywhere in the world (on someone's dime other than mine :)), I would choose Tuscany. Us American's hear glamour stories of that part of the county and it just sounds (and looks) so stunning.

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  15. Last year I visited Volterra for the first time, such a lovely little town.

    It's fun to see that an Italian also visits Pisa :)

    Great pics and glad you had a great time.

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  16. Beautiful pictures of Tuscanian environs. Easy to see you had a great time there.
    We will meet as soon as possible.

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  17. Looks beautiful! Great photos.

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  18. What a wonderful holiday and such superb photos. Beautiful!

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  19. Absolutely gorgeous photos, especially the one of the lake! Thanks for sharing and glad you had a good holiday!

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