Interview with Sara Rosso of Ms. Adventures in Italy

IMPORTED FROM MY OTHER BLOG, GIRL GADABOUT, WHICH IS NOW EXTINCT.

I am so excited! Today I bring you an email interview I did with Sara Rosso. If you remember, a few weeks back I did a blog post about bloggers who inspire me. Sara Rosso is definitely a blogger who I admire and who also inspires me.

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Honeymooners, Part III Where We Go To Pompeii and Sorrento, Italy

IMPORTED FROM MY OLD BLOG, GIRL GADABOUT, WHICH IS NOW EXTINCT

I’m still trying to figure out a schedule for my editorial calendar. I have the categories figured out I just need a schedule. So in the meantime I’ll bring you another installment of my honeymoon, from 2008. I have a notebook where I have everything written down from all of the places we visited. I’m so glad I took the time to write down my feelings, experiences, and everything I saw and tasted and smelled and touched while out on our excursions. The notebook has been helpful in recalling things for this series.

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Honeymooners, Part I

Oh, the writing prompt that is next in line is scrumptious. I knew right away what notebook I’d take back down off the shelf to use in this blog entry – the journal I kept during our honeymoon cruise.

We flew to Rome, Italy where we were then transported to Civitavecchia, Italy – about an hour away from Rome – to catch our cruise ship. We sailed to four Greek Isles; Rhodes, Mykonos, Santorini, and Athens then we headed to Naples, Sorrento, and visited Pompeii. Istanbul and Ephesus, Turkey were also on the agenda before we finally headed back to the original port of Civitavecchia. Continue reading “Honeymooners, Part I”