Northern Spain – Cantabrian Coast, Comillas and Gaudi

Originally posted on Another Bag, More Travel:
Cantabria, Mountains and Coastline… Although the forecast was poor the weather by contrast was better than expected and there was a clear blue sky with just a few wispy clouds and from the museum car park it was possible to see the sea only a few hundred metres away.  We drove out of the village on a road… Continue reading Northern Spain – Cantabrian Coast, Comillas and Gaudi

Italian Grandma Makes Baked Ziti (Pasta al Forno)

Originally posted on dawns-ad-lib.com®  :
Italian Grandma Makes Baked Ziti (Pasta al Forno) About: Hello, I’m Gina Petitti. I was born in 1935 in Faeto, Italy. I enjoy making food for my family in the same old fashion ways as I was taught by my mother in Italy. Hope you enjoy my videos! I love this lady! So glad I found her, her videos…her recipes!… Continue reading Italian Grandma Makes Baked Ziti (Pasta al Forno)

Notre-Dame Cathedral, and sorry for ” ABC.”

Originally posted on renxkyoko's space:
The Notre Dame Cathedral  is burning.  Holly Molly !   Being Dr. Brightside  for a moment here,  at least   all the artworks have been saved.  Thank God for small mercies. ? ? That’s me at Notre Dame Cathedral. ? ? The problem with joining a tour group is that our tour was regimented . We  couldn’t hang around  to get a decent photo. … Continue reading Notre-Dame Cathedral, and sorry for ” ABC.”

Podcast: Reverse Culture Shock, Italy to the USA

Originally posted on Once Upon a Time in Italy:
Podcast episode with Paolo from http://www.disgracesonthemenu.com about experiencing reverse culture shock when moving back to your home country after living abroad. Often, you can’t piece together your feelings or conclusions about an experience until much further down the road, when you’ve gained perspective. That’s been the case with the move back from Italy to the USA.… Continue reading Podcast: Reverse Culture Shock, Italy to the USA

Images of Rome by Sunset and Night Walks

Originally posted on indahs: dive, travel & photography:
I visited Rome for the second time in April, and this time I was accompanied by my mother. When planning to walk around Rome, I was considering my mother’s condition who had diabetes and not accustomed to walk for long distance. The total distance of the walking route was 5 kilometers, not too far but my mother… Continue reading Images of Rome by Sunset and Night Walks