One Word Sunday: Spiral

The subject of Debbie’s ‘One Word Sunday’ is Spiral. I immediately thought of this spiral staircase leading up to the Cabiria Restaurant at the Marriott Grand Hotel Flora in Rome. We were whisked up to the roof deck by elevator, but after dinner, even after a few glasses of wine, hubby and I decided that this was a far more exciting way to get back down to ground level. On my winding descent, I counted 186 steps.

Wishing you all a splendid Sunday and new week ahead. It seems impossible that we’re almost into September and with not a skerrick of travelling done this year.

62 comments on “One Word Sunday: Spiral

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  2. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this stairway. I know that you floated down the stairs, Sylvia, with grace and elegance. I am dizzy just looking at the photo. You have the best memories.

    • Dizzying indeed! However the first thing that came to mind with “spiral” was that 1946 mystery, “The Spiral Staircase.” I like Sylvia’s spiral staircase much better ๐Ÿ™‚

      • I just looked up this movie and it seems to be right up there with one of the most scary and gripping movies I ever saw, โ€˜Wait Until Darkโ€™ with Audrey Hepburn. Yes, I like my spiral staircase much better. ๐Ÿ˜…

  3. I do like shots like this, Sylvia. Of even more interesting is the word “skerrick”, which I’ve never heard before. I like it (and I looked it up, so I know it’s a real word.) ๐Ÿ™‚

    janet

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