Montepertuso sits perched fifteen hundred steps above the glitter of Positano; a ramshackle village clinging to both the mountain side and its old time family traditions. Our landlord, Giacomo, offered to meet us at the only coffee shop in town;… Read More ›
Information on trips we have taken to places in Western Europe.
Rome, a city of ancient ruins; narrow, cobblestone alleyways; dozens of shades of crumbling, ocher buildings; giant lavender wisteria in full bloom; hundreds and hundreds of churches. It is a city which you can take by storm or where you… Read More ›
Our daughter, Taylor, visited in January and wanted to go “someplace new”. She’s a well travelled 20 year old – and unfortunately, the south of Europe was largely in the “been there, done that” category. “What about Copenhagen?” In the pros column were the 59 euro… Read More ›
It is Sunday morning and the market square in Nice is coming alive surrounded by the pastel 500 year old buildings of the Cours Saleya. A dusty pink sky turns pale blue as chirping birds welcome the morning. Rapid fire… Read More ›