I am feeling a little overwhelmed at the moment. Our Facebook fans are sending me so many lovely photos and they tend to disappear down the timeline of our Facebook page as fast as they arrive.
This is such a shame as so many of the photos deserve to be shared more widely.
That is why I have started gallery pages packed full of these photos. The main Gallery index page can be viewed here and if you scroll down a little you'll discover the photos of Simay, Hans Vingerhoed, the Korkomaz family and Eyad.
Nearly forgot, if you like the photos It would be great if you could like this page and our Facebook one too.
The Trevi Fountain in Rome has to be one of the loveliest of all Italian fountains. It'll also guarantee you a return ticket back to Rome - simply throw in a few coins. Plus if you get here early, when few tourists are around, it has too be one of the most romantic spots in Rome. By the way if romance is your aim you need to check out the Suite Sistina too.
Always a sight that leaves me awed. This is the Ponte Vecchio in Florence. If you are planning to visit Florence then I'd suggest taking a look at the handful of hotels we have selected for you. Click here to see the list.
Who cares if it's snowing, Florence is always lovely! Is Florence the loveliest city in Italy? Visit our list of the five best cities in Italy to discover the answer.
The famous Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral in Florence. The church is known to locals as the "Duomo".
Governor Building Florence
The Tuscan city of Lucca dates back over 2100 years to Etruscan times. The city was once an independent republic and was second only to Venice in importance.
A piazza in Lucca
Pavia is a town with a lot of history and is situated to the south of Milan. Despite being near to Milan (a city I loathe) Pavia has managed to mantain a quiet charm.
The Ticino river flowing through Pavia. It is just after Pavia that the river joins the might Po.