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restless in Florence

An omnibus across the bridge

Crawls like a yellow butterfly
And, here and there, a passer-by
Shows like a little restless midge.


The days are getting warmer and the lattes more frequent, that sleep becomes an a vexatious necessity. Im still wearing my boyfriend's jeans and woollen scarf, but only the keep the cool off my neck. The crowds are thick, unhurried and lazy, making weaving through impossible unless you pause and take it surroundings, as they are. People watching is just as popular as sightseeing, and strolling is not for the self conscious - check out the old man inspecting me:
Julian tries his hand at street posing
Hot breakfast is unusual and uneasy to come by - we special ordered omelettes from Lorenzo Medici
Julian's preference to getting around town
create your own salad
It looks delicious in the bowl, but when you miss and spray balsamic vinegar all over your new purse - its not very noval
There are just as many toy dogs, as there are nice shoes walking around Florence - this type of dog is brand new to my eyes - like a dingo face on teeny pooch!

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