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The View of Monterosso, A Payback of Endurant Efforts

I had visited Cinque Terre twice. The first time it was in 2012, a few months after the area was washed by a terrible flood. The villages were in re-construction, and everywhere we saw was in maintenance. It was so disappointed that we couldn’t see the beautiful Cinque Terre as we always see in the […]
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Humans in Florence: from Fresh Food Market to Restaurant

Again I went to visit a small fresh vegetable counter in the neighborhood and found a super cute grandpa, standing in the middle of the freshness. With all the delicious vegetables and the colors, it looks like a piece of art. And not far away near the Piazza della Signoria in front of a restaurant, […]
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An Adventure in San Gimignano

Adventure: an exciting or unusual experience; a bold, usually risky undertaking, with an uncertain outcome. (ref: dictionary.com) I was in San Gimignano, the beautiful walled medieval hill town in the province of Siena. It was full of people on that day. And it required patience to move forward with the crowd. Then I found the […]
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Siena, Where You can Listen to the Dialogue between Birds and Sculptures

It is always cheerful for me to see the interactions between natural and artificial beings. And last time when I was in Siena, I was lucky to witness it in the Piazza del Campo! Pigeons were flying above the plaza, coming and going away. When they were tired, they found spots to relax: they drank […]
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Silhouette of Lovely Birds in Venice

August is one of the best period of the year: in the summer blossom lots of people take holiday. The weather is lovely and perfect for travel. I went to Venice and spent 5 days there. Walking in the city and visiting the boutiques was such a pleasant experience. It is a perfect place to […]
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To Siena, with a Loving Heart of the Summer

Summer in Italy is absolutely enjoyable. I took a trip to Siena the other day and spent a lovely day there. Attractive as all the Tuscany towns, Siena offers nice middle-age style environment, beautiful countryside view, historic architectures, etc. I spent some time in the Piazza del Campo sitting on the ground while enjoying the […]
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Containers of Flavors: Treasures Found in Palermo’s Fresh Market

One of the places I love to explore when traveling in a foreign city is the local fresh market. They are like treasures to me: I never know what surprise I will encounter the next minute! I found this booth selling jars of Sicilian snacks in a Palermo open-air fresh market. Besides the famous carciofi, […]
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Agrigento, Greek Temple Valley Full of Relics

Agrigento, the Greek temple valley in south Sicily island, is regarded as one of the must-visit sight when you are in Sicily. Overlooking the sea with lots of ancient Greek buildings locating on the site, Agrigento distribute a foreign country style, which is hardly found in other places in Italy. Remains of one atlas in […]
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Cathedral of Santa Maria Dell’Assunta: Monument in Torcello

We visited Torcello when you were traveling in Venice, a green island with lots of natural reserves. Torcello comparing to Murano and Burano is not popular as the same level, but it has a totally different style: Venetian-Byzantine architecture. One of the most incredible things inside the cathedral is the mosaic painting on the wall. […]
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Reflection of Ponte alla Carraia: Brings My Heart back to Florence

Ciao Primavera! Hello spring time! The spring is in the corner. I am so exciting to see the sunshine, the blossom of the flowers, and hear the birds singing again. A new cheerful season is in the air This week’s photo challenge subject is really great, as it reminds me the last spring time that […]
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