Thursday, 8 December 2011

Honeymoon

I've been meaning to post some of my iphone snaps of our Honeymoon, so finally here they are. Dave & I spent almost 3 weeks on a tour with Dave driving us over 3500 miles in his Pride & Joy - his lotus! Dave booked for us to stay our 1st night as a surprise in a beautiful French Chateau near Strasbourg which was really Romantic! We continued through France into Switzerland via the alps (AMAZING VIEWS) and spent a night in a sweet Ski Chalet, the next day we drove into Italy.

Bellagio

Venice

Gorgeous Bohemian Hotel Casa Raffaela Conforti in Maiori

Sorrento & Almafi

Homewood bound & Last night in another French chateau!

We enjoyed a night in Bellagio, stayed in a hotel with gorgeous views of Lake Como, spent a magical time in Venice and enjoyed a relaxing few days in Tuscany at Castellare di Tonda in our own Villa. We then headed down to the Almafi Coast which was wonderful, we spent some time in Sorrento (Where my Grandpa spent 6 years during the war) other highlights were visiting Pompei, Casale Martitimo and Pisa. Not to mention eating delicious Pizza's, Pasta's and Ice Creams... I also loved all the architecture pretty much all the buildings we saw were bella bella!!!. It was a WONDERFUL trip with my WONDERFUL Husband.

5 comments:

elinAnita (eddaskreativiteter ) said...

It really looks like a wonderfuel trip:)

Apple Blossom Barn said...

What a fantastic honeymoon, my 8th
wedding Anniversary is this week and you have brought back lovely memories of Italy but in Winter, mulled wine on frosty piazzas in Verona, Christmas markets in villages in the Alps, I will be daydreaming about it as I feed the mini pigs and pick up the kids from school!

xxxx
Denise

Trisha Brink Design said...

Oh my...how delicious both for the eyes and the tummy too! So happy for you ( and a teensy weeny bit jelous too! :) So glad that you had a lovely time...so sure it was well deserved!
Cheers!
T.
xx

Anna Whitford said...

Ahh it all looks incredibly romantic! Such a beautiful part of the world.x

LatteLisa said...

oh my, that must have been a wonderful trip :-)