Sorry, I can’t remember which church this is. I was more taken with the fact that the moon was clearly visible in the sky.Read more "A church in Venice"
I love the toy-town coloured houses along the canal, leading to the lagoon of Venice, taken from the island of Burano.Read more "Burano"
This large room is dome shaped with a circular hole in the roof. The acoustics are perfect – we heard a traditional Croatian men’s choir sing here.Read more "Dome"
This is the bell tower of the cathedral in the old town of Split, Croatia.Read more "Split cathedral"
This view of Mount Etna was taken from Taormina.Read more "Mount Etna"
This steep road leads from the port of Messina to the town of Taormina, through the foothills of Mount Etna. The coach I travelled on passed along the roads you see here minutes before I took the photo.Read more "Mountain road"
Leaving the port of Livorno, there was a long harbour wall with several lighthouses along its length. This is one of them.Read more "Livorno lighthouse"
This translates to “old bridge”, which is precisely what you see. The bridge crosses the river Arno in Florence.Read more "Ponte Vecchio"
As we left the port of Livorno, the sun set and turned the sky a remarkable shade of red.Read more "Sunset at sea"
Of course, no holiday in Italy would be complete without a photo of the Leaning Tower of Pisa – called the Banana Tower by the locals, as not only is it leaning, it is curved thanks to efforts by builders in centuries gone by who added more levels to the already leaning tower (which used […]Read more "Leaning Tower of Pisa"