We’re back at home in not so sunny North Yorkshire, after two magnificent weeks in Florence and Bologna. We’ve got some magnificent memories and over 1000 pictures to remember our trip by.
Today’s photo will be the last of my daily postings: next week we’re back to normal, but I’ll write some extended articles about Italy later in the year.
One of the features of Bologna that’s really noticeable are the miles of arched colonades that provide covered walkways all round the city. The biggest of them all, the longest colonaded walkway in the world, stretches almost four kilometres from the city centre to the hilltop shrine of St Luca. Today’s picture is a stretch of that walkway.