The attic room in our villa in Limone, Lake Garda.
I had a wonderful honeymoon travelling Italy with Becky. We flew into Milan, and travelled north-to-south throughout June. Our wedding was at the end of January but we wanted to wait for better weather.
I think it’s best to skip the places I didn’t take pictures, like Gardaland and Rimini and so on, to keep this as a visual diary. I wanted freedom from a bulky camera sometimes so had to balance taking pictures and just focussing on the present (although I took lots of iPhone pictures too).
I like to take photos over the mountain ranges when crossing France and Switzerland into Italy. I think this is when we were above the Parco Nazionale Gran Paradiso.
I’ve been to Limone, Lake Garda for many years now and love taking pictures of the view. Good memories from here.
Limone and Lake Garda was our first stop, as we know it well and couldn’t resist.
The waterfall behind the villas we stay at.
The waterfall is a great way to wake up: a cold and powerful shower to remind you that you’re alive.
Some snaps from Mogliano Veneto
After a short stay in the wilderness near Bassano del Grappa (we were staying in a cabin in the woods, but cut our stay short to one night because of the stormy weather), we had an impromptu stay at the charming town of Mogliano Veneto. We stayed at Hotel Villa Stucky, in a gorgeous room and had a relaxing time eating and drinking – and experiencing the Irish Festival which was taking place in the town’s main square beside where we were staying.
I’d love to hear about your experiences in the North of Italy. These were all taken on my (dad’s old) trusty Canon T70.
Did you travel anywhere nice this summer?