We had lunch and coffee close to our hostel before walking past confetti and and candy-wrapped houses and travelling by the funicolare to the old city. On our walks around the city we constantly found colourfull confetti everywhere -it might have had something to do with the 150th anniversary of the united Italy.

▶ Olalla: No, but thank you so much for doing so!!
▶ Dessa: They do have a special bond, those two!
▶ Malene: Bare rolig -du skal nok få en masse -inkl indkøb!
▶ Melly: I know, i really like it too for some weird reason!
▶ Hanacakes: a good thing!
▶ Celine: She is so small and sweet! i love looking back at 'old' pictures of her!
Siri: Almost :)
▶ Katrine: Meget meget billigt - men kun fra Billund med Ryan air!
▶ Lisen: I love to see him in a shirt because it does not happen that often :)


Aimee said...

Sounds and looks like a wonderful time! What did you have to eat in the second picture? It looks like some sort of pasta in sauce perhaps?

siri said...

I love: the multi-colored shutters in the first photo, the look of whatever you were eating in the second, and how the confetti covered stones look just like coffee beans- especially after the photo of your latte.

Vesle Serena said...

Hei! Nice photos from Bergamo! The confetti are there because it was Carnevale last week, I think :)

Anonymous said...

thanks for the quilting tip :)
I will try and start it in my holidays. x

Anki said...

Looks like you had a great time! :)

POP TART said...

pandekage med hvid chokolade? Og sauce?

Francivusk said...

the confettis were there because of Mardi Gras.. children here in Italy usually throw them in the air on that occasion :)
I'm glad you had a nice time!

Francesca xx

F. said...

I am from bergamo :)