a wandering woman writes

Sunday, April 22, 2007

A corner in Assisi



Assisi is two towns - a well orchestrated tourist show by day, busload after busload of foreign tourists shuffling past tombs, through tacky souvenir shops and fast food pizza parlors, and a lively, warm pueblo by night, when locals gather in the Plaza de Comune for a glass of vino rosso and a long, animated chat they are happy to share with strangers.

Words tomorrow; a couple of photos today.

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5 Comments:

  • Love it ... beautiful beautiful image!

    By Blogger woman wandering, at 10:54 AM  

  • This is a wonderful photo. A little digital adjustment here and there could make it even more stunning. I would recommend darkening the edges a little but this is great anyway... -Yarbz

    By Blogger Cris, at 4:32 PM  

  • Bella Bella! My sister just phoned to say that she and her family are going to Italy next summer and would I join them. Claro que si! Then I come to your blog and what do I see? Lovely Italy. Grazie.

    By Blogger Sonja, at 3:54 AM  

  • Thanks, yarbz and Di.

    Hey Sonja! I found Italy bella bella (ok, I visited one small town) and I found that italiañol will get you just about anywhere. You'll love it! What good travels you have coming up....

    By Blogger wandering-woman, at 7:55 PM  

  • Funny you should mention "Italiañol" because I was just invited to a dinner where there were several Italians that spoke no English. I guess my "Italiañol" was actually Español with an Italian accent. ha ha. You should hear my French. It's just English with a Pepe LePew accent. (yeah looney tunes). No one else appreciates it but that the great thing about my sense of humor. It only has to be funny to me. A much simpler way to go. Do you agree? ha ha.

    By Blogger Sonja, at 1:16 AM  

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