Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Another day in Florence II

And my final day in Florence continues...

Dress: ASOS // bumbag, fanny pack: V&D // totebag: SPCA // jelly sandals: Truffle Collection 

Our second and last day in Florence and after passing the streets and squares for the second and even third times we have realized that we are practically done with Florence most part. We did our final shopping and taking one more picture of typical Florence before it was safe to say goodbye to Florence next day. 

Artsy loving traffic sign everywhere.


The 'straw' market


What a famous little piglet this famous Bronze Boar. Touching his snout gives good luck too. 

It's hard to believe that this lovely small market is once called a straw market because nowadays all I saw was handmade leather goods. 
Quirky upsycle and street art

To me Florence kind of lacking in trees. I barely saw any greens or is just me being a picky nature freak? 
Luisa Via Roma x My Little Pony

Luisa Via Roma is a luxury boutique store and apparently they have teamed up with toy brand Hasbro to create this colorful My Little Pony theme inside the store! 
The rest

 A woolshop! And they were closed! I don't get it! :c

My concern for the pot Nutella is, will it survive when it hit the bottom of this vending machine?


Next stop: Rimini!

14 comments :

  1. Ahh, ik hoor telkens wat over Louisa Via Roma en hun coole projecten. Dit ziet er ook echt wel tof uit! Florence ziet er zo mooi uit, maar ik kan me voorstellen dat je er met 2 dagen ook wel alles een beetje hebt gezien. Pheeeew, ik wil wel weer een keer naar Italie :))))

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  2. I just adore all the street markets. It looks like such a vibrant place!

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  3. Luisa Via Roma storeeee OMG, so cute! Can't wait for Rimini shots!

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  4. nice post :)

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  5. Great pics, and I love the My Little Pony setup!

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  6. Loved the shots and the first one of you was fantastic! You looked so great in that dress and I love the side plaid! When I did visit Italy some years back with my mom and grandmother we had only a day in florence but we ended up asking our tour leader to drop us off at a mega mart to buy things for my brother and didn't spend that day in town! I would love to wonder around the cities in europe a day or two at each location!

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  7. There are lots of green areas in Florence. Giardino di Boboli is lovely, and I heard there is a rose garden too that I've never visited. Italian towns usually don't have that many trees, instead they have giardini pubblici.. which are more or less large parks.
    Is that the market near Ponte Vecchio? I remember visiting a big market there, that seemed to be open every day.

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  8. There are lots of green areas in Florence. Giardino di Boboli is lovely, and I heard there is a rose garden too that I've never visited. Italian towns usually don't have that many trees, instead they have giardini pubblici.. which are more or less large parks.
    Is that the market near Ponte Vecchio? I remember visiting a big market there, that seemed to be open every day.

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  9. There are lots of green areas in Florence. Giardino di Boboli is lovely, and I heard there is a rose garden too that I've never visited. Italian towns usually don't have that many trees, instead they have giardini pubblici.. which are more or less large parks.
    Is that the market near Ponte Vecchio? I remember visiting a big market there, that seemed to be open every day.

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  10. I'm not sure about a lot of the items in the vending machine being able to survive after hitting the bottom!

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  11. What a gorgeous place! Love your dress too!

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