Friday, January 14, 2011

sant'egidio a trastevere

20 comments:

  1. Oh to walk around such historic, lovely buildings.....
    Bon weekend

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  2. Ok, Eleonora, I'm making a list! Beautiful photo.

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  3. Love that area! Great photo ... love the color of the building!

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  4. Trastevere looks intriguing. I have never been to that area in Rome. High time for a visit :)

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  5. Andras~
    Grazie!!

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    Leif~
    ...I know, I feel so lucky sometimes!

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    Irina~
    Спасибо!

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    Jeff~
    Invitation list? We have to talk dates...

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    Cobalt Violet~
    Much of this part of town, it you remember is this color. Love it!

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    Loree~
    Stay tuned, then...

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  6. So lovely and I really love the color of the buildings.

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  7. I see these colored walls and sigh and hope that someday I get to Italy! :)

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  8. Ooops, forgot to answer your question. Tombstone is an actual town in Arizona known for it's somewhat violent gunfighting history. A very small portion of it is touristy and not at all organized like Willamsburg.

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  9. Randy~
    I'm happy you like it. If you come to Rome and visit this part of town, you'll see that much of its (even more modern) buildings are painted this ancient hue of terracotta.

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    T.Becque~
    As I've mentioned to Loree, there may just be something coming up that could grant that wish...

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  10. Petrea~
    Rome is a very "walkable" city, despite its many up&down hills, cobblestones and irrational sidewalks. This area is pedestrians only, so much better!

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  11. Gorgeous! Seems every corner and alleyway is full of story and romance. I love the color of this building!


    xoxo

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  12. Excellent Trastevere shot!! Salut!!

    I have pictures to Rome in my blog

    Francesc, Barcelona

    http://balapertotarreu.blogspot.com

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  13. YOU are always welcome:)

    I miss your gentle spirit. I wonder how you are beneath the recipes and successes. I hope you are well, your woman, your mothering soul.

    xo
    erin

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  14. Bella~
    sorry for the delayed reply to your sweet comment. I'd like to paint the INSIDE of my house this color!

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    Francesc~
    Thanks! I'll come by and see them soon!

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    Erin~
    All the food blogging has kept me distracted from work (or the lack of) issues. I'm much better now!!!

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  15. Wow, it's amazing how a little detail like that can stick in the memory. And this scene brings back memories. We used to live just across the river, in piazza san Paolo alla Regola (perhaps you know it?) and whenever we went to Trastevere, we'd cross the ponte Sisto, pass the piazza Trilussa and take one of the side streets, usually the vicolo del Bologna or vicolo del Cinque, heading towards piazza Santa Maria del Trastevere. Inevitably we'd pass this little gem on the way...

    I'd totally forgotten about it until I saw this photo. Thanks for the memory!

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  16. Frank~
    I'm happy this was a stroll down memory lane. Wow, you lived in a beautiful part of town, what I'd give to be that lucky!

    Ciao and thanks for your visit here.

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  17. I remember this spot! I was there last year in summer and I loved it around there!

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