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Grille ouvrant sur la mer

Gate entry to the Lake Como in Italy. Looks like the gates to Paradise, doesn't it? Gate entry to the Lake Como in Italy Image Gallery

I have decided that I'm going to get lost in Tuscany...don't anyone come looking...:)

The Countryside of Tuscanny Italy - What a Lovely Place, AND my dream vacation. I travel in my dreams. I love the country side of Italy.

Tuscany - In my dreams. Look at the quality of the light.  It's different than anywhere else.

Century House, Tuscany, Italy photo via theworld. Isn't it amazing how some homes get more beautiful with age and some just fall down.

Villa Reale Lucca, Italy, province of Lucca, Tuscany...❄

Villa Reale Lucca, Italy, province of Lucca, Tuscany...❄

Villa Balbiano, Italy.

Villa Balbiano, Lake Como, Italy - A privately owned property protected by high walls, Villa del Balbiano allows its elegant garden to be glimpsed from the large gate, overlooking via Regina road that from the town of Ossuccio leads to Lenno on Lake Como.


Beautiful Side Street in Chania, Crete - Greece., If I had a dream and we could go, we'd be here!

Villa La Cassinella, Lake Como

Villa La Cassinella, Como province of Como, Lombardy region Italy - Ahh: Lake Como is a magical place! I was ready to move there after visiting for a few days. Really, no other place has grabbed my imagination as Lake Como did!

Venice, Italy ♥ ♥ www.paintingyouwithwords.com

On the other side of Castello, Venice by Chris Chabot. My dream house looks like this

Unusual roof garden! The Guinigi Tower, Lucca, Italy.

The Torre Guinigi is the most important tower of Lucca, Tuscany, central Italy. This tower is one of the few remaining within the city walls. Its main characteristic is its hanging garden on the roof of the tower. We have been to the top 👍🏻

Italy's green heart, Umbria is a land unto itself, the only Italian region that borders neither the sea nor another country. Removed from outside influences, it has kept alive many of Italy's old-world traditions. You'll see grandmothers in aprons making pasta by hand and front doors that haven't been locked in a century.  Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/italy/umbria#ixzz3iXuJRBXy

Friday Favorites ::: Italy