Sometimes you snap a photo and a caption just pops into your head. Well, it does for some people. I’m lucky if I remember to bring a camera – not mind actually managing to take photos with it. But thankfully, the WanderDad is camera-happy and a witty soul to boot. The photo above is of the church of San Michele in Lucca, Italy. Lucca is a delight to visit, not least because the piazza around this church is a perfect Italian piazza replete with cafes to lounge outside while watching children delightedly chase pigeons over the cobblestones – for hours. A recipe for a perfect (family) vacation afternoon.
You didn’t mention the gelato!
Great “behind the scenes” shot!
Ok, you can just rock me to sleep as I’ve got that song stuck in my head!!
Thanks for a slice of the world I’ve never visited!
Don’t you love it when that happens?
Wish we had the kind of piazzas they have in Europe where you could just sit and people watch. Sitting in a small patio crammed in about 5 feet from a busy main street just isn’t the same.
Lucca is one of my favorite cities with kids in Italy – fabulous architecture (as your photo demonstrates) and riding bikes on the walls is a blast.
Oh, fantastico! Ciao, bella!
aptly named! great photo! stumbled.