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Venice in Motion | WordPress Photo Challenge

Whilst on a short break in Venice last week, it was fascinating to watch the speeding ambulances make their way through the very busy daytime waters of the Grand Canal. 224 more words



At the meeting point of the roads from Gombereto, Vetteglia, Montefegatesi and San Cassiano is an abandoned church…la Chiesa del Colle.

At some time it must have been a popular refuge for those travelling between the villages. 82 more words


Quel fiore di San Cassiano in Badia

San Cassiano è una piccola comunità alpina nel cuore dell’alta Val Badia. Le Dolomiti con le pareti rocciose del massiccio del Conturines, del Varella e del Lagazuoi sono la cornice alla vita degli abitanti di questa frazione del comune di Badia. 367 more words


Alpe di Fanes Walk - Dolomites

Alpe di Fanes Walk – Dolomites

July 25, 2014

Yesterday we were rained out and had to turn back after taking the gondola to Jimmy Hutte. 1,316 more words

The Most Holy Crucifix Blesses our Valley

Italy abounds in religious processions centred on a town’s patron saint or holy relic, especially in the south. Recently there was a news item in which the priest leading a procession in a Sicilian town was heavily ticked off for allowing it to halt and get the Saint’s statue to bow before the house of a well-known mafia chief (who had apparently also helped to sponsor the event). 557 more words


Montefegatesi - Bagni di Lucca

From San Cassiano we took the bus further up the  mountain to the little village of Montefegatesi.

The bus ride was a lot of fun but for some it could be quite scary. 175 more words

Bagni Di Lucca

San Cassiano - Bagni di Lucca

Saturday was another magnificent day. We started off by walking up to the next village, La Villa.          We had no fixed plans and were open to suggestions so we popped in to the tourist information office, which is only open Wednesday to Saturday from 10am till 1pm. 462 more words

Bagni Di Lucca