I haven't done one yet for Summer in San Remo, because I like to take my own pics and sadly health issues have stopped me from travelling abroad recently, so I don't have any up to date photos of the gorgeous locations I used from the Italian and French Rivieras. I had to rely on vivid recollections of some glorious holidays and a lot of Internet browsing. And that was such a lot of fun, and brought back some wonderful sunny memories. And a visit to the Riviera is top of the list as soon as I can get on the move again. When there will definitely be pictures.
I was thinking about this the other day, while drooling over holiday brochures. One of my secret addictions. There is a lot of drooling goes on, I can tell you. But you don't want to know about that.
Summer in San Remo is not set entirely on the Riviera though. The book opens in Bath. And Bath I have photos of, even if it is another country. So, here is a mini tour of Cassie and Jake's home town. Imagine it has one of those signs that they hang outside bits of museums that are temporarily unavailable 'Gallery under re-construction' or similar. And I promise pictures of sunshine as soon as possible.
The Christmas Novella - have I told you the title? It's What Happens at Christmas - is set in London and in the Brecon Beacons, around Abergavenny, so I should be able to manage pictures of that.
And in the meantime - here is a taste of Bath.
|This is at the side of the Abbey.|
|Poultney Bridge, which has shops all along it|
|Walcot Street, which is where Cassie's fictional office for her concierge business is located|
|One of the side streets, which gives a good idea of the style|
of the buildings and the colour of the stone.
|This has nothing to do with the story, |
but it's such a posh pillar box I couldn't resist including it.
So that's a few shots of Bath. The start of the Summer in San Remo tour.
To be continued ...