|Castel Vecchio bridge also called Ponte Scaligero|
|Castel Vecchio in the background with a view of part of the bridge.|
...we still went out for a long walk to visit San Zeno church. San Zeno is the patron saint of Verona.
|The church was prepared for a wedding|
|Painting by A. Ghiona|
|Detail of Ghiona's painting. The nails are real and|
somehow attached to the canvas.
|I noticed a fossil in the stone steps of the church.|
|Susanna who took us to the Valpolicella |
this week, made this quilt
which was hanging in a shoe store.
I was glad to see it as I recognized it
as the first course
I taught the first time I was in Verona!
|Lovely hexagon quilt made by one|
of the new Ad Maiora members exhibited at
|Early quilt by M.T. Sansotta|
Exhibited in the store window,
Lella Baldi Antichita
|Aperitivo in the cellar where we stood on a |
Roman road from the time of Christ!
To the right is the base of a medieval watch tower. The cornerstones
were recycled from the Arena after an earthquake.
|Our centrepiece! |
Notice the spools of thread as vases and the thread put out
like the Verona Tessile logo! (photo below)
Owners, Simonetta and her husband Antonio, are always so creative.
They really go out of their way to welcome their guests.
|Look at the wine label! |
It is from the Verona Tessile event.
The owner, Simonetta, and her husband, Antonio,
designed it especially for the event!
|The ceiling above our table.|
A wonderful way to end the trip!
|The 2013 group (minus one person!!) and I.|