Florence, Italy, in 10 Pictures or Less
What? I like to limit myself to a certain number of pictures per post so that I can be sure I’m offering you guys la crème de la crème, French-ly speaking. Does that make me a big dork? YES. And you love it.
(Scroll over the pictures for more info, friends; I don’t want to ruin the aesthetic)
Okay, so maybe it was 10 pictures exactly, no more, no less. Whatever. Did you see the part about the secret bakery, though?! It’s like a speak-easy, but for baked goods. At 3am. When I told Kevin this he freaked out as much as I had, and we might have to move to Italy as a result.
whenever I want baked goods it’s always between the hours of 9 and 10 pm and no where is open then. I might move there just for that as well.
also, I would like to put a link to your blog on mine, if that’s cool. I like reading about your adventures and fun times. If you don’t want me to just say so (that doesn’t mean you need to read mine, obvi, especially since mine isn’t as fun as yours).
Ooh, but I WILL read yours! And link to it. I’m glad you like reading about my adventures 🙂
Only one thing, the one titled una piazza is Piazza Republica 🙂
Also, Yes, MOVE HERE!
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