domenica 21 marzo 2010

un ricordo - a souvenir

§ Ieri è stata una giornata memorabile.
Due amici a cui voglio molto bene si sono sposati.
Loro erano raggianti e parenti ed amici hanno goduto di una bellissima festa.
§ Yesterday has been a memorable day.
Two friends to whom I'm very much affectionate got married.
They were radiant with joy and relatives and friends shared a lovely reception.
§ Vorrei condividere con voi il luogo dove la cerimonia si è svolta: Palazzo Tursi a Genova, in Via Garibaldi.
Sans sa dov'è ;o)
§ I want to share with you the place where the cerimony was held: Palazzo Tursi in Genoa, Via Garibaldi.
Sans knows where it is ;o)
§ Il riflesso sul vetro mostra la corte interna e dà un'idea della sala all'interno.
§ The reflection on the mirror shows the inner yard and gives a glimpse of the salon inside.
§ Il soffitto con il lampadario. Per gli occhi di Linda....
§ The ceiling with the chandelier. For your eyes Linda....

§ La decorazione dei muri
§ The walls decorations

§ E un particolare ben'augurante: un piccolo Cupido
§ And a well wishing detail: a small Cupid

§Come sempre spero di aver sollecitato la vostra curiosità nei confronti della mia città.
Venite a trovarci.
§ As usual I hope I have tickled your curiosity about Genoa.
Come and see us.

15 commenti:

Eva ha detto...

A very lovely palce to get married.
Something so special as marrige is nice that start with all this beauty around although I am sure that Sabrina and Sandro are beautiful people as well.
Un beso

Gemma (Gempo) ha detto...

Cumplimenti a gli sposati. Le foto bellissime. Baci per tutti

sylvia ha detto...

A beautiful place to get married!!
Hugs Sylvia

Christel Jensen ha detto...

What a beautiful place. I wouldn't mind visiting some day:)

Debbie ha detto...

What a wonderful place to be married. The Bride must have felt like a Princess. Thank you for sharing the pictures Rosanna, are we going to see any of the Bride & Groom? xxx

Sans ha detto...

I feel like I am walking through via Garibaldi again and peeping through the windows. "Someone's getting married"! I would have been really excited because I love weddings when I am abroad (not when I am home..lol)! You have taken some really beautiful pictures, Rosanna. We may have passed Palazzo Tursi but we didn't go in. So this is a treat :). Tell Sabrina & Sandro, Susan sends her love :). I think getting married after you have hit 50s is a most romantic thing to do.

By the way, I didn't know that via Garibaldi is a World Heritage Site!Wow!

Linda Carswell ha detto...

What a beautiful building, such a devine place to for a wedding. The chandelier is stunning...(thank you!)... I hope to see this wonderful building when I visit.

Congratulations to the happy couple!

Your photos are beautiful Rosanna!

Regards, Linda x

Caseymini ha detto...

Rosanna, keep tempting us with the beautiful photos. Congrats to the happy couple.

Lize ha detto...

Oh Rosanna, it is so beautiful! You have definitely made us all wish that we live there. What a beautiful place to have a wedding ceremony.

Glenda/MidSouth ha detto...

What a pretty place for a wedding. Thanks for sharing.

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) ha detto...

Oh, what a beautiful place to get married!

xxoo

Arantxa ha detto...

It's a lovely place to get married !!

Hugs

Arantxa

cockerina ha detto...

sontuoso!!!!!!!! che meraviglia!! bellissimo il putto, splendido il lampadario...
dì la verità, lavori per l'ufficio di promozione turistica di Genova...
ah ah!!!
nuovamnete AUGURI AGLI SPOSIIIIIIIII!!

Vittoria A. ha detto...

Ciao!!! sono incantata dalla bellezza di questi posti! Un bacione!!!

Peach Blossom Hill ha detto...

Wow! I would love to come see you! Just exquisite!

Jody