Where’s My Backpack? Travel Theme: Edges

“Traveling is the ruin of all happiness! There’s no looking at a building after seeing Italy.” –Fanny Burney

All roads lead to Rome. Enjoy some of the multiple edges of the Eternal City.

Roman Coliseum

Roman Coliseum

Florence, Italy
You need only look up to see the fine edges of her beauty.

Florence Italy

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  1. Sue Slaght says:

    Fabulous! We are headed to Italy in three weeks on a cycling trip but first a stop in Rome. 🙂

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    1. Thanks Sue, Rome is amazing. I look forward to hearing about your cycling trip. Sometimes I sit in spin class and wish I was cycling in Italy.

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      1. Sue Slaght says:

        Visualizing being somewhere else like Italy is the only thing that keeps me from bolting from the spin class room. 🙂 I am delighted to have you come along with us.

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    2. Sue, I look forward to reading about your cycling trip. I often wish I was cycling in Italy while I’m sweating in Spin class. Do you have a favorite cycling tour company? If so, please reply.

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      1. Sue Slaght says:

        This will be our fifth year in arrow with Nichols Expeditions. We have been with them to Italy, Turkey, Spain, Slovenia and now a different part of Italy. I can’t rave about them enough.

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  2. mickscogs says:

    A friend recently returned from midwest US trip and in every town he photographed architecture. It was a refreshing change from all the normal touristy shots I have seen. Your shots added here are up with them, Tracey.

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    1. Thank you Michael, I was surprised at how many disconnected architectural photos I’ve taken during my travels. I have a fondness for windows, gates and doors. Perhaps it’s because they always lend themselves to story telling.

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  3. These photos are wonderful. I too have an affection for windows and doors. They bring character and charm.

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  4. Your photo’s are beautiful architecturally amazing. I have a tremendous love of historic architecture.

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  5. The folks in the USA don’t know the meaning of old. I love Venice!

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