Monday, April 4, 2011

(verb) [intrans.] sleep lightly or briefly, especially during the day.
(noun) short daytime sleep.
Eg. catnap, rest, siesta, snooze, catch forty winks, get some shut-eye, catch some Zs.

The warm Roman spring weather––and blooming foliage––trigger lots of napping these days.


  1. I love the photo of the people napping the park. Great idea!

  2. If I were in Rome I would be too excited to sleep. For now I can only (day) dream about it.

  3. It did not snow here, after all. Now I guess I don't hate you for all the nice weather in Rome! The trees look fabulous.

    Two weeks from tomorrow, I'm on a plane to FCO. Keep some nice weather for me!

    P.S. Anybody going to be in Rome who might want to connect? In addition to Eleonora, of course!

  4. I wish I had the time to nap - this weather is perfect for it. Warm weather down here too :)

  5. Looks like they just turn off on the grass and go into stand-by mode for recharging. And I envy.

  6. Thank you all for your kind comments!

  7. Perfect scenes! Wish I was there. :)

  8. Wonderful mood in pictures!!I liked a lot! I liked the trees the most.

  9. What pretty and peaceful shots. We were all doing this last weekend while visiting some Japanese gardens. I love breathing in the fresh air of a park and gazing up at the sky. Beautiful captures.

  10. Stupendi i parchi di Roma in questo periodo!!!!
    Certo! se non ci fosse il traffico sentirebbe anche il "rumore" della natura che si risveglia.
    Ciao Tilli


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