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Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives - #Travel - An Italian Journey - Writing and Healing by Sherri Matthews

Welcome to Sherri Matthews and her series of four travel posts. Sherri includes wonderful photographs in her posts and so I will give you a taste and then a link to view on her own blog where I would appreciate you leaving your comments. 905 altre parole


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Every Thursday for the next four weeks, lovely Sally Cronin will feature one of my archived travel posts for her Posts From Your Archives series. The first today is about my visit to stunning Lake Garda in September, 2016, not long after the death of my dear, darling Dad. My grief left me unable to write, but I share in this post how my time in Lake Garda both healed and inspired me to write again.

I haven’t been everywhere, but it’s on my list.

Verbeel jouself dis Vrydag middag en jy is in jou kamer besig om jou tas te pak, want julle gaan die naweek af Kaap toe of op Transvaal toe. 552 altre parole

Crossing Borders

Portico d'Ottavia, Theater of Marcellus and More Part 2

March 28, 2018

Turtle Fountain

Rome is filled with fountains because this was how drinking and domestic water was originally distributed. Most of these fell into disuse after the fall of the Empire, but many were built (or rebuilt) in the Renaissance.  677 altre parole


Portico d'Ottavia, Theater of Marcellus and More Part 1

March 28, 2018

This is a continuation of the long Heart of Rome walk, which stretched from March 27-28.

Portico d’Ottavia

This is a monumental gateway built by Augustus in 27 BC and named after his sister.  357 altre parole