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One of the most widely recognized elements of Italian cuisine is gelato, and it is safe to say that it is the food item we have eaten the most of during our time abroad in Florence. 403 more words


Brunelleschi’s Dome: Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence by OneDayinItaly

Article originally published on July 13th, 2014: http://onedayinitaly.tumblr.com/post/91643085067/brunelleschis-dome-florences-santa-maria-del-fiore with photos from www.onedayinitaly.com

When I was in Florence last year I joined hundreds of tourists in the square who were admiring the beauty of the Duomo, Santa Maria del Fiore. 697 more words

T minus 3 weeks

There is that moment before you leave home when it hits you that sh*t just got real. It’s nothing like the subtle, nostalgic or emotional cues I’ve been getting over the last few weeks; this one was like a comical anvil to the face–primarily because it came in the form of payments. 193 more words


Gelato in Firenze

Item: Gelato in Firenze
Date: December 19, 2013
Location: Florence, Italy

When in Italy, gelato is ubiquitous. Italian gelato is not only a dessert, but also an art. 20 more words


Siena to Rome

To get to Rome, we rode the bus from Siena back to Florence, and then took a train. In retrospect, it would have probably been easier to ride a bus from Siena directly to Rome, but then we would not have had the impressive experience of being on a bus diverted from the main four-lane highway (due to some mysterious police reason) into the tiny almost single-lane country streets and bridges just outside of Florence. 219 more words

Italy 2014

Easy Black

I was wearing silk trousers from GERARD, silk shirt ZARA, sandals DVF, Bag and red sunnies PATRIZIA PEPE, rings  URBAN OUTFITTERS , necklace ACCESSORIZE.