Day 7 — Vatican City & Pantheon

Ouch. The incomers shove me further into the subway train. I am starting to sweat from the lack of breathing room. So this is what claustrophobics feel like. We are packed like sardines in a can. The short lady next to us holds a shawl across her arm, enabling her to slyly move her hand and…

Day 6 — When in Rome

This morning we said goodbye to Positano VIA ferry. But before we left, we savored one last homemade breakfast from Casa Teresa. We soaked in the last beautiful view from our porch, the INCREDIBLE soft, crispy, melt-in-your-mouth chocolate filled croissants, and the freshly squeezed refreshing juice of all tropical colors. And then, with that, we…

Day 5 — Picture Perfect Positano

For art class in high school, I used to watercolor these elaborate scenes of Italy. I would type “Italy” into the search engine and choose the most stunning images to paint. I see now, that these scenic images I was painting, were views from the Amalfi Coast. And now, being here, thinking back to even…

Day 4 – The trip to Italy

Today we said goodbye to Prague. And I must say, Prague treated us very well. One of my favorite things about it, was how beautiful & picturesque it was everywhere. We could stop in the middle of the street, look around, and the whole place would still scream European. But three days was plenty enough…