A blog from the first day of my trip to Italy
My wife, daughter and I just experienced the trip of a lifetime to Italy. It was memorable on several levels.
First, as Catholics, we were able to journey to the ‘home office’ and experience the rich history and tradition of the religion we’ve belonged to since birth.
Second, as an Italian, I was able to get a glimpse into the history of my ancestors and understand my background just a bit better.
Third, as a musician, I was able to sing with a top-notch choir in some of the most historic churches in Europe.
Last, but certainly not least, I was able to experience the trip through the eyes of my 10-year-old daughter.
I’m going to break the trip down by each day with pictures and anecdotes. As I lost my phone on the third day of the trip, I’m relying on photos taken by many of my co-travelers.
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