Verona, Italy.......notes left by people on the doors/entrance of Romeo and Juliet. Wall of Love, by Julia_Photographs, via Flickr

Letters to Juliet Door in Verona, Italy. Write a letter to Juliet and travel to Verona and place it on the door!

Darling, let's be adventurerers - this would be a fun photo project on a road trip or adventure!! ♠ re-pinned by  http://wfpblogs.com/

Leading around the world…

Дом Джульетты - Путешествуем вместе

Дом Джульетты - Путешествуем вместе

Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC

The Biltmore Estate, Ashville, North Carolina.a anniversary gift to our parents in 2004 - a pre-Christmas stay in Asheville, including a tour of The Biltmore.

Italy-a wonderful memory of my travels!!

Italy-a wonderful memory of my travels!!

Cancun, Mexico

Amazing Travel Destinations you must visit!

Acropolis, It's amazing, you can see it anywhere when walking around in Athens.

sun bursting dramatically through the clouds over the Parthenon, Athens, Greece. I haven't been here, but love antiquities and history. Greece should probably be on my bucket list, but the instability of the government and currency are worrisome.

Famous Gardens of the World - Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, UK, where Winston Churchill was born.

Loved our visit to Blenheim Palace. Built in the early century, Blenheim Palace - eight miles from Oxford and surrounding by acres of parkland - is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Verona, Italy Juliet's balcony:  The house in Verona known as Juliet's house was owned by the family dell Capello, a name not too far from Capulet, right? The house dates from the 13th century and the family coat of arms can still be seen on the wall. A slight problem is the balcony itself, which overlooks the courtyard – it was added in the 20th century.

Casa di Giulietta - century house just off Via Giuseppe Mazzini (central Verona's main shopping street) - Verona, Italy - seen by many as the home of Shakespeare's fictional Juliet

Escultura no fundo do mar.

Diving at the Underwater Museum, Cancun, Mexico photo by REUTERS/Ho New. Divers swim near Jason de Caires Taylor’s “The Man on Fire,” one of several sculptures immersed in the water off Cancun.

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