Wednesday, October 13, 2010

letters to juliet




we watched Letters to Juliet last night.  Which was sooo sweet.  Anything involving Italy and a love story has to be good, right?  And of course Amanda Seyfried and Vanessa Redgrave made it even more beautiful.

In the movie there is a wall next to juliets house where lovers leave letters asking for juliets advice.  
this is the real wall.  
The movie is mainly set in Verona, Italy.
my fair verona
what an idyllic italian location


Hope you all are having a great day!
we're packing up.
which is sort of sad.  but also really exciting.
xox

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25 comments:

  1. I LOVED Letters to Juliet!! What a sweet movie. I saw it with my mama :)

    This post reminded me that I need to purchase this movie asap!

    Thanks, Sarah!

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  2. That Amanda is beautiful!!! And Italy, sigh, perfect setting for the perfect love story!!

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  3. Gorgeous - I'll have to check out that movie too.

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  4. oooh you made me excited - andrew doesn't know it, but Letters to Juliet is arriving in the mail today via Netflix!

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  5. I've been wanting to see this!! I loved Verona..and all of the lovers' graffiti outside Juliet's house! Che bella..

    -Samantha
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  6. i really want to see that movie, look so cute :)

    x Christine

    http://christineiversen.blogspot.com/

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  7. That's the real wall?!:D Wow.:D

    It was a fun movie.

    ***** Marie *****
    allthingsmarie.com

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  8. lovely movie, isn't it!? when I grow older, i wish i could be as elegant and poised as ms. redgrave. p.s. did you know that her laurenzo in real life is her husband, and they had a similar love story as in the movie ? :) it makes it even more romantic and cute. i love your italian posts, cant wait for you to post about firenze!

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  9. one of my favorite movies! I dream of some day traveling to verona. :)

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  10. hmmm. a love story set in Italy DOES sound idyllic. i wonder who we know who has one of those?

    :)

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  11. So pretty! I haven't seen the film, but there's a show on the Travel channel called Passport to Europe and once when the host was in Italy she found a little place where folks send letters to Juliet and a group of volunteer women write back to them as Juliet. I'm not sure if it has anything to do with the wall or the film? But I would absolutely volunteer! Such a sweet time that would be. :)

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  12. You might want to check out the book "Juliet" by Anne Fortier.

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    Very nice post.

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  15. i really like the response letter that Amanda made to the old lady. :D

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  16. I'm dying to see this movie still, = so gorgeous!

    Btw, my husband & I are thinking about a move to Sweden & all your travels are inspiring & pushing us to make a decision. I seriously love your blog. I showed it to a few of my friends & they all are like, "ummm, can I live her live" ;-)

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  18. I just can't wait to see this movie! I am sure I will love it! I am totally in love with everything about Italy! xoxo

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