When we learned that the book was going to be published, we promised ourselves that we would go back. The project, which became known as "Taking to Lorenzo to Verona," finally came to fruition at the beginning of this month.
The trip started off on a rather shaky footing, involving an incident at the airport which I've described elsewhere (details here, for anyone who might have missed it). But the trip itself, despite slightly indifferent weather and a 24-hour vaporetto strike in Venice the day after our arrival, was most enjoyable.
Here, then, are a few photos of Lorenzo, the eponymous hero of The Ghostly Father, in his natural habitat.
This bed is the one which was used in the 1968 Zeffirelli film.