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London to Florence, grazie

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At the British Museum this morning – a recreation of an entire Greek temple, among countless other wonders.

 This called me across the room – and sure enough, it’s modern Haida art from B. C.

And this was a display about survival in Canada’s north. No mention of how to survive winter in Toronto

Around the corner, one of the wonderful old shops London is full of – this was established in the 1800s to sell paint. For artists.

A park in Soho.

And now for something completely different – from the Vueling plane – a very inexpensive airline, 87 euros to fly from London to Florence and a flawless flight – this is Tuscany

Firenze at night!

My favourite – riboletto – bread soup – and prosciutto and melon. Divine. And my beloved Bruce. Molto bene!



One response to “London to Florence, grazie”

  1. Beautiful pics… here I found some lovely place to visit. You really enjoyed every movement of your London to Florence trip. Thanks for sharing

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