Rebecca and Walter
Italy Venice, Italy Positano, Italy Rome, Italy Amalfi, Italy
We know that we're the last two people on Earth who haven't been to Italy and you've been there 12 times, speak Italian and have a painting of you with a duke hanging at the Venice opera house. Te...
Arguably the most beautiful town on the Amalfi coast. We don't want to miss it!
Every journey starts with the first step and you can help us in begin the honeymoon adventure and get back home!
We will dine at a restaurant that used to be a gondola parking lot in the middle ages and now specializes in mixed grill from the Adriatic Sea.
Of course, once we arrive at the Venice airport, we'll need a way to get to our hotel in Venice. We thought about swimming with our luggage but the boat just sounded like a better idea.
We'll travel to Murano to watch the glass-blowers at work and enjoy a guided tour.
All that lying around in gondolas will tire us out. We'll want to relax with a nice meal right by the water...so we can roll out of our chairs and back onto the gondola.
A great suggestion from our friend Enrico, even though as a native he has never stayed in a hotel in Italy. Oh well...we know he has good taste. Grazie, padrino.
Art, history and religion, religion, history and art...so hard to choose in Rome, but this place has all of the above!
Live, from Rome! Rebecca versus Walter in the Italian hand-gesture fight of the century!
Look kids, Big Ben, Tower of London...oh wait, we got off one stop too late. Per favore, which way to the Spanish Steps?
Sometimes we like to forget Italian politics and just mangia. Help us fulfill this dream...and our stomachs.
There's a stone at the Trevi Fountain with your name etched in it, the Pope has you on speed dial, and Harry is busy creating a new dish in your honor...some might say you know your way around Rome...
Once we arrive in Napoli, we still have a bit more to go. The journey can be a bit harrowing to the Amalfi coast, but we hear it's better than going by cruise ship.
Italy, honeymoon, love...all captured perfectly by staying at a cliff top hotel that was formerly a convent. Let's face it; the Catholic church always had the best real estate. And now it's time ...
After a long, hard day of sunning ourselves and maybe traveling by ferry to the other towns on the Amalfi coast, it's nice to have a relaxing home cooked meal by the finest chefs of Amalfi.
This place gave birth to the word capricious. Need we say more?
It's hard work hopping from town to town on the Amalfi coast, laying in the sun, enjoying great food and wine. Sometimes you just have to slow down and smell the lavender bath salts.
If buongiorno means both good morning and good day, how will we know whether it's breakfast or lunch time? Good thing we won't have to make those kinds of tough decisions with brunch.
After our magical time in Amalfi, we have to start the journey back to Rome and the first part of the trip is to Napoli. Hello again, harrowing road!
Ah, the time passed so fast. The last dinner will be special. We can review photos and reminisce about our trip.
Of course, the end of our trip does not mean the end of our love affair with Italy. We hope to keep the flame burning by taking an Italian cooking class.
We will save our honeymoon memories by having photos printed and assembled in a photobook. Because you'll all be shown the book and will have to express interest, you might as well help us to make...
For the quintessential Venetian experience, we will bask in the magic of Venice on a 35 minute serenaded Gondola ride gliding down the small canals and into the Grand Canal
Ciao, bella Venezia...it's time for us to go to Rome. So, we'll need another boat ride to mainland Italy.
Ok, we know you've seen some pictures of steam trains and London double decker buses on this site, but this picture is the real thing! It's the view from our hotel's restaurant. We might want to ...
Now that we don't have gondolas to transport us, we'll need another way to get to Rome and nothing beats a high speed train.
We thought long and hard about this: we love our cappuccinos. It's a bit of a crazy gift but even crazier for us to deny our love of them.
The oldest restaurant in Venice, which opened in the early 1500s as a post office.
Having survived the winding roads of the Amalfi coast, we plan to relax in our hotel while looking out at the ocean. Fruit and flowers make the relaxing and the views that much better.