“I am not the same, having seen the moon shine on the other side of the world.”
– Mary Anne Radmacher
While I have been fortunate to see the moon shine from several places in the world (including Italy), Italy is still an itch that needs scratching. Here are some places still on my Italian wish list:
This photo is Riomaggiore, one of the five villages comprising the Cinque Terre. For more reading on this incredible area, please visit Tourist by Chance.
Camogli, on the Italian Riviera near Genoa. Just writing the words “Italian Riviera” gives me butterflies. Image Credit
Pistoia (image credit) was on my list this summer, but I never made it. Reading this post from Debra Kolkka, I regret missing it! But given that Pistoia is an easy train ride from Florence, I feel certain that I’ll get there some day.
Matera is an ancient town within reach of my Puglia family, in the south. I have read many different accounts of Matera (some linked here). This photo is titled “Matera al tramonto”, at sunset. It is first up next time I’m in southern Italy. Image Credit More reading from La Brutta Figura here and here.
While I have been to the Amalfi Coast (image credit), it was such a long time ago that seeing it again would likely be like seeing it for the first time. Margie in Italy is my go-to site for all things Amalfi.
What is on your Italy wish list, and what else should be on mine? Wishing you a year with a long list of travel made and checked off in 2017!