Tag Archives: italy

god and humanity | SISTINE CHAPEL

Those of you who know me know that I am an artist (oil painter) and I am enthralled with religious art, so having an opportunity to visit Rome and the Sistine Chapel was really exciting for me. I really didn’t … Continue reading

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layers of decadence | ST. PETERS BASILICA

St. Peters Basilica is by far the most impressive church, or building for that matter, that I have ever seen. It is the headquarters of the Catholic Church located in Rome.  We had just completed our private tour of the … Continue reading

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vogue italia | ROMAN INSPIRATION

vogue italia | ROMAN INSPIRATION

During our short trip to Rome, we came across this beautiful jewel in a local vintage and antique market.  The one room boutique was bright and sophisticated.  I loved every last detail of the colors, textures, and  eclectic vintage design … Continue reading

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churches in rome | JONATHAN & LINNAE’S ADVENTURES

One of the things we did while in Rome and all of Italy was visit the churches. We heard that they were beautiful but we were amazed by how detailed and creative the art was in them. It was as … Continue reading

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roman holiday | JONATHAN AND LINNAE’S ADVENTURES

Rome is an amazing city.  We were surprised to see so many famous buildings sitting close together.  History, architecture, and sculpture lay intertwined with modern buildings, urban life, and business.   It felt like little grass shoots sprouting in the middle … Continue reading

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a world of imagination | VENICE

a world of imagination | VENICE We entered Venice knowing very little about the city so our expectations were low. In the movies, it appears to be a beautiful place where a world {or city} has been designed surrounded by … Continue reading

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