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Portogruaro: a tiny piece of Venice

5 Sealinthefog Portogruaro - a tiny piece of Venice

Do you remember our adventure by boat in the Marano lagoon? Yes, it was ages ago, almost a ‘throwback Thursday’…

In that same period, on one of the many gloomy and crispy days when we couldn’t go to the beach we visited Portogruaro. Continue reading

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Cividale: a jewel of Friuli Venezia-Giulia

1 Sealinthefog Cividale - a jewel of Friuli Venezia-Giulia

Cividale is a tiny town, not far from my home city Udine. Despite its small dimensions and tranquility, it a little jewel that offers to the visitors the beauty of its history. From the Romans, to the Longobards, the Carolingians, the Republic of Venice, to the Austrian Empire, Cividale has been an important political and commercial centre for the region Friuli Venezia-Giulia throughout the ages and its past kings and sirs have left some amazing traces of their lives.

Thus it is surely worth a half-day visit. Continue reading

A bite of Sicily

33 Sealinthefog A bite of Sicily

Last year, not long after our return in Italy from Madrid, one of our closest friends moved back to her hometown as well. Lucia, whom we met in our mutual adoptive Spanish city, comes from one of the best places on earth: Sicily. The island has it all: sunny days, transparent and warm sea, incredible nature, historical sites, gorgeous food and great people! Continue reading

Sailing in the Marano lagoon

1 Sealinthefog Sealing in the Marano lagoon

A couple of weeks ago we went to the beach. We stayed in Lignano, a small seaside town, one hour from my home town, one of the holiday places from my childhood. Continue reading

Our Jerusalemite experience has come to the end

13 Sealinthefog Our Jerusalemite Experience Has Come To the End

Yes, you got it right: we’re back in Italy. Almost three weeks ago we said goodbye Jerusalem and hi Italy. Continue reading

Visiting Piazzola sul Brenta flea-market

7 sealinthefog mercatino piazzola sul brenta padova

Last Autumn, while participating at the flea-market of Brugine, where we got rid of as many things as possible before leaving Italy and where we were considered one of the cutest stands of the market (or at least this is what a couple of the other vendors told us: we still don’t know why but it was really sweet of them!), we also visited with a friend a huge and famous antiques market in the same area of Padova. Continue reading

Flea market-ing

9 Sealingthefog Mercatino di Brugine Padova Dicembre 2013

As you probably read in this post with some months to plan our move to Jerusalem we were able to actually decide what to leave in Italy. The things that we carefully packed and stored are the ones that we ideally would like to have in our future house, the one we will hopefully have the day we’ll find a place we really like or the place that we wouldn’t mind calling home, at least for a bit. Continue reading

Our vintage Willer bike turned yellow!

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You might remember one of the bikes Matteo restored: it was a 70’s Willer bicycle. As you check on the old post he did quite a few things to make it shine, but he tried maintaining its vintage classical look. But then, when we decided to move again we couldn’t keep that bike as well (in addition to mine and his), we decided to sell it. Continue reading

After one month….

1 sealinthefog jerusalem

After one month of disappearance I’m back to Sealinthefog. We’ve been a little busy lately. When I last shared something on the blog, it was just after the Christmas holidays. And after that… Continue reading

Whitewashed cupboard

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When we moved in our cute apartment in Madrid we found there a huge wooden cupboard. It was in really good shape and I think the girls that lived there before us had just bought it since it actually looked quite new. But for our kitchen-living room-entrance (yes, I told you it was a small place) it was way too big, and the landlord wanted to throw it away. Continue reading