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I hope you can find some off the beaten tack places on your return to France. I love the above photo of the door knocker.
Oh yes, I love it, too. I found it on a church gate in Brioude.Somebody translated for me the strange inscription (orior exanimis vitam dat spiritus oris).It means: I am born lifeless (or soulless, or breathless), life is given by [God's] mouth's breathing.
hi Levi, I noticed your forum question in Feb 2013, in fact I will be travelling the same route in Oct 11 with 2 friends.. we will rent a car from rome (from istanbul).....drive through napoli . spend one night in amalfi coast (where?) and then drive to lecce (my daughter is living there ) ..since you seem to have done this trip , you would have the best tips for me... I am excited to hear what you will say... thank you in advance
Hi Aydos,Lecce (at least its historical center) is one of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen in my whole life. I simply envy your daughter for living there. And of course you will find the Amalfi coast unforgettably beautiful.If your intention is to spend a night there, my suggestion is that you consider staying in Ravello. It is situated very highly above the sea, the view is amazing (though I am not sure you will find a reasonably priced accommodation).On your way from Amalfi coast to Lecce, Matera is a must! In its own tragic way, it is an extremely beautiful city, absolutely dissimilar from any other city on earth.I suggest that you make your way back from Lecce to Rome along the Adriatic coast. It would allow you to see some very pleasant places – like Ostuni, Bari, Trani…And when you reach the Gargano peninsula, I think you could spend a night in Monte Sant'Angelo. It's another extremely beautiful place with a spectacular sanctuary of Monte Gargano.Then you could proceed to Rome through the Abruzzo national park. That's what we did. We enjoyed our trip very much. I am sure you will enjoy yours.Levi
thanks a lot levi, I will enjoy for you too..have a good day!
Hi and welcome to VT - will keep trying to open your website and maybe you will be back here on VT again by then too!
Nice! I just check your web site, and loved your illustrations. But that mouse is the most symphatic (although all animals are :)