Sunday, July 3, 2016

European Adventure 2016

This all started when I moved to LA for April and May and rented out my Boston place as an airbnb destination. Can't go home again now until July 29. So I've been on the move enjoying my adorable granddaughter in LA and now finding long time friends in Europe. The European leg started on June 4 in London, continued on to Perugia, and since the 21st, I've been holed up in a little known seaside town called Silvi Marina where I'm attempting to "work" on the final stages of my novel Botticelli's Muse, which I'm expecting to release as an ebook by the fall of this year.

Rather than one long meandering post, I think I'll chop things up a bit with pictures and notes, starting with LA and London and catch up with the rest if I can do this on a regular basis. Do add comments, preferably on this blog or on Facebook. Climbing a steep learning curve on social media in an effort to be ready to launch the novel electronically, I've tiptoed into Instagram and Twitter and hope to get a better grasp of those vehicles (unlike the Tesla, they're not self-driving)....

Allora, here's a tiny piece of LA and then on to London where I was from June 4-15th. Thanks for tuning in.
We've all heard of dog walkers but "People Walkers"? Only in LA
Granddaughter Raquel's first birthday cake, March 26, 2016
There's my son Michael (far left) at the conclusion of Foreigner concert at the Palladium
in London on June 7. Got to have him all to myself exploring London together on June 8.

Headless couple at London's famous Portobello market:

From a stall at Portobello Market
What drew me to London in the first place: a visit to
the Victoria & Albert Museum to see the show,
Botticelli Reimagined

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