Just checking-in with a quick pit stop in Barolo, Italy. Barolo is a wine region in the northern part of the Piedmont countryside in Italy. You can see the town of Barolo in the background of the photo. Sarah and I decided to stop and explore a bit, run through the fields, and take some photos and videos...Read More
Ciao from Guarene!
I am really loving outfits that are cinched at the waist, slightly flared, and progress out into a full skirt. It gives an ultimately classic outfit such a modern feel. Oh, and I am also really loving anything stripe (and it's not just because I'm trotting around Italy and the South of France, where stripes are absolutely non-negotiable in the summertime)...Read More
It's like this room was just made for me. It's a room that demands attention. A room made for tea parties from a bygone era that has hand-painted wallpaper with images from the Orient. Seriously. Can this place get any better? Sarah and I arrived back at the castle after a trot around town; we were exploring the local village, taking pictures, and getting our to-go bottled Coca-Cola's that provided us some refuge from the scorching heat. We had made a tea date for 16h00, and we both wanted to change our outfits to reflect the party that we had in mind...Read More
Italian film director Federico Fellini is one of the worlds most distinctive filmmakers following WWII. His style was influenced particularly by the Neorealist movement, where he developed his own methods mixing fantasy and baroque images with the ordinary realness of the world. Fellini was inspired by his dreams and he started recording them in notebooks in the 1960s. His dreams and the many events that made up his life were the raw material that were used for his films. Growing up in an Italy that was dominated by Mussolini and Pope Pius XII, Fellini's life was nothing short of interesting. He created the film La Dolce Vita, and it reminded me so much of my journey here in Italy...Read More