Worth a kings ransome
The Kings hunting ground
Gifted to the people in 1922
Italy’s oldest national park
Nestled at the end of the Conge Valley
In Milton’s epic poem Paradise Lost he regrets the loss of innocence and in some ways the loss of beauty to sin and greed.
Gran Paridiso is the opposite to that natural beauty returned to the people.
6 thoughts on “Paradise Found”
Anywhere I go in Italy, I can find paradise.
I think I have to agree
Just catching up on your blog.
This looks absolutely lovely.
I’m curious as to where you stayed in the National Park as we’ll be traveling through there in June of next year. Did you camp or take a room/cabin?
There are 2 camp grounds in the park Larry. I camped don’t know if there are cabins but there are a couple of hotels and pensionnes
What’s the ongoing plan?
At the moment Larry I’m on the ferry to Ireland frown Cherborg. Another month till I fly home