We’re talking Sicily and Southern Italy. Stay tuned. Thanks for a great day!
All our group trips have been exceptional and different, but this may have been the most unique. We visited 4 countries, each with its own picturesque vistas, tried different foods, and pushed through a couple of rainy (and even snowy) days.
We’re so fortunate to have each other and to have shared so many wonderful adventures. Continue reading
A delightful reunion and getaway, despite all the travel frustrations (details here).
Next Trip: Rhine River Cruise, April 12, 2013.
Katie, Carolyn, Mary and I had a little getaway before our group trip in July. Katie’s daughter, Kerry and our friend, Liz, also joined us for a few days in Sarasota, FL.
While we relaxed, we talked about where The Traveling Sisterhood will go in 2013.
But, first, Quebec! See you in July!
While returning to Montecatini from a trip to Pisa, I had time to reflect on my travels in Italy. I realized that over the years I’ve visited close to 25 cities — and about three-quarters of them more than once (Florence 3x, Rome 3x, Venice 2x, Montecatini 2x, Pisa 2x, Lucca 2x, etc.) You get the idea. Amazing, isn’t it?
And, while I probably won’t go back again next year, I am in no way done with Italy. Continue reading
Arthur Avenue. Touring the Little Italy of The Bronx and getting psyched for our October trip to Tuscany.
It was a first time visit to South America for 8 of the 10 of us so this was a perfect itinerary to get a taste of the landscape, culture, activities and food! We visited the most important sights, hit a church/museum or two, flea/handicraft markets, had a few heart-stopping adventures and we ate…boy, did we eat!
Pictured: Debbie D’Ambrosio, Irene D’Ambrosio, Virginia Armstrong, Katie Davis, Carolyn Lupi, Maryann Armstrong, Joan Nova, Josie Massimo, Dolores D’Ambrosio, Mary Catello. Continue reading