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Capri, Italy {wordless wednesday}

I have a huge desire to travel, but until we get the little one’s passport, we’re confined to the area around us. Granted, there are definitely worse places we could be, but the cold weather we’ve been having lately makes me want to travel south of here.

Last year around this time, my husband and I experienced Italy’s Amalfi Coast. The whole trip was wonderful and I’m still awestruck with the beautiful scenery we saw. That area definitely tops my list for favorite places in Italy.

One of these days I’ll (hopefully) get around to posting more photos from that trip, but until then (while I’m wrist deep in baby poop and have spit up on my clothes), I’ll be dreaming about this lovely place:

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Capri, Italy

What’s one of the most beautiful places you’ve seen in person?

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3 Comments

  1. The Amalfi coast is definitely high on my list of most beautiful places. It was unbelievable how beautiful the whole area was. I felt the same way when we hiked through Cinque Terra. I also have a deep love for Oxford, UK. It is a different kind of beauty, all old buildings and narrow roads. Both places are gorgeous.

  2. I'm still so jealous that you get to live in Italy! I was able to to study abroad in northern Italy for 9 months during college and it was the most amazing time of my life. I think Cinque Terre was one of my favorite places to visit. But I would also LOVE LOVE LOVE to get back down to Sicily. It's so tropical down there…and has a whole different feel than the rest of Italy. Though, I will agree that Capri is breathtaking. That blue water…seriously amazing! 🙂

  3. Hi Jessica! I just found you through Passionfruit's marketplace. Glad I found you, I LOVE Italy… So what I'm saying is that I'll probably be living vicariously through you as I read your posts. 😉

    Cinque Terre was the most gorgeous place I've ever been, hands down. My husband and I were there in September 2011.

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