The Duomo of Milan
This massive church is the fourth largest in Europe (after St. Peter’s in Rome, St. Paul’s in London and the Cathedral of Sevilla). Construction began in 1386 and the final stones were laid in 1805… almost 5 centuries later!
The Grand Canal
I treated my group to a Grand Canal-side dinner in Venice. I’ve come to this spot year after year and it is always a winning location. Tonight we began with aperitivi, lots of conversation, an appetizer plate and finished it off with pizza.
The Rock of Cashel
The Rock of Cashel looms majestically over the plains of County Tipperary, Ireland. It is the historical site where the Celtic high king Aengus was baptized by Saint Patrick. Click the picture below to watch the video.
The Guinness Experience
Posting from the world’s slowest wifi connection.
Stone Ring Forts
Ireland is littered with ancient stone ring forts dating from 1500 BC to the 1100s AD. One well-preserved fort is known as CAHERGAL STONE FORT on the “Ring of Kerry” driving route. Click the picture below to watch the video.
The Giant’s Causeway
This makes one appreciate the Creator!