Another beautiful day we had during my Eurotrip last June
was in the city of Florence or Firenze in Italian.
Arriving at the train station from Venice in the afternoon
and quickly ditching our luggage at the hotel,
we wasted no time to begin our tour of the city

I can still remember how I felt when I first saw the Duomo,
I couldn't believe what I was staring at, at all.
Can something so beautiful be real?
I had to pinch myself a couple of times

to be sure that I was not dreaming:)

After convincing ourselves that the building is indeed real
and capturing tons of pictures with it,
we slowly headed to the famous Piazza Della Signoria.
I was really excited to see Michelangelo's David
after feasting on his amazing work at the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican City

and I was not disappointed (although it was only a copy)

We then made our way to another picturesque sight,
the very much talked about Ponte Vecchio.
We passed the many jewelry shops to the middle of the bridge
and from there we looked below the waters, marvelling at the beauty before us

We had the sweetest little meal at one of the cafes after the bridge,
it was a narrow entrance that leads to a lovely outdoor garden patio.
The food and service turned out to be really good,
for which I'm so glad

After dinner, we walked back to Ponte Vecchio
and stopped to listen to the street performers.
Then, we sat in silence as we watched the sun slowly sets
and disappears into the waters

And that was the end of another perfect day we had.
It was unfortunate that we only had one day to spend in Florence
but I know I shall treasure all these unforgettable memories
which are mine to keep for years and years to come

p.s. I'm sorry if I bore anyone with my travel stories, but I find it's a good way for me to document my trip.
So I hope you all won't mind very much:)


Maria Confer said...

Such gorgeous photos!! You two take the most lovely trips together.

One day I will go there, I still have distant relatives who live there, my great grandfather came from there to the U.S. when he was twelve.

Natalie Suarez said...

GORGEOUS pic! looks like u r having an amazing vacation! :)


Unknown said...

Love the pictures! great insight into your trip :)

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Patty Ann said...

omgggg gosh your posts are always so romantic. i loved the pictures, so pretty, especially how all the colors complement each other from the dress to the building! when i was in florence, the duomo looked a lot more red and green for some reason haha it was insanely hot and tons and tons of people! florence so much fun!

Anonymous said...

lovely pictures! ^^

Sophie said...

These photos are absolutely gorgeous! I love the way you have written about your time there, its so gorgeous and sounds like you had a lovely time. Florence is another place i would love to visit...hopefully one day I will.xo

My Passport to Style said...

Hi Sher, My honeymoon was in Venice and Tuscany and I love Florence, brought back may happy memories seeing these pics.Thanks! You two look like Romeo and Juliet sooo romantic! Sharon xox

Anonymous said...

u 2 look so sweet together! 86 more days till his return ;)

i love that pic of the sun setting behind the bridge. Breath-taking~~ n absolutely absolutely romantic!

i'd love to hear more of your travel stories! So kip updating :)

Ela said...

These photos are stunning. That first one, oh I just LOVE it!!!
Beautiful photos and beautiful memories, the only things truly perfect to take away from a trip :)

Fashion Cappuccino said... romantic! So glad you guys had such a marvelous time! My boyfriend is half-Italian and we wish to visit Rome soon! xxooxxo

Indy said...

The scenery is soooo beautiful! I'm so jealous of all your trips! I long to travel the world, too!

Valencia Lia said...

I love reading about your travels and it doesn't bore me one bit !

I don't think I be visiting all these countries anytime soon,so its lovely to see all these photos.

Beautiful place you went. Those bulidings are so enchanting and gorgeous. I'll have to pinch myself a few times toooo

Sunset is so nice,haven't see one before. Only in photos :( haha

It is sure an unforgettable time and you two look so adorable together :)

Anonymous said...

These photos are simply amazing! Love your dress, by the way. :D

Velo said...

is it Italy????
oh my God, i am jealous with u!
ahhaaa... great place, i love Italy!

Josephine Tale Peddler said...

I can still remember when I first saw the Duomo - I thought the earth had stopped for a second. Florence is an amazing city. She really holds so many lovely tales and wonders. Venice captured my soul and Florence my eyes and brain however. xx

Valencia Lia said...

Re:Thanks girl ! I love my new header tooooo:)

Ohhhh,you could borrow the dress if you want. heeeee

And I just realized that you live in Malaysia. I'm so dumb. Ahhhhh hahaha
Due to change of plans,I might be going to KL on the year end and we could maybe meet up !!!

Yeahh,maybe both of us could collab on something:)

Looking forward to the next post !!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your lovely your photo's

elli said...

really amazing pictures!
i love italy, i never was in florence, but in venice, verona and milano! your pics make me wanna go back there!!

MICHELLE said...

What a beautiful story. Sounds like a magical place.

yiqin; said...

The architecture & sunset is beautiful!!

KP said...

can you feel my jealousy from there?
so amazing!

Couture Carrie said...

I just adore Florence! Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos, darling!


Clara Campelo said...

great blog.
I love all the pics ond your post!


Shantee said...

the place looks beautiful! i wish i'd have a chance to visit one day :)

AsianCajuns (Lauren) said...

Such gorgeous photos, Sher! I love the nostalgic quality of the light- beautiful! And it sounds like the perfect way to spend a day in Firenze with a loved one ;)

Anonymous said...

ah italy!great pictures.they have a nice atmosphere

Eva said...

Wow. wow. wow. :)

I was in Florence when I was 11 or 12. I hope to go back soon. My family misses it. And we didn't see David.

Mo said...

those pictures are BEAUTIFUL !! i love reading about your trips !!!

love home|life|style said...

wow! amazing pics.

I love florence, and Italy in general, it's so beautiful...

debra@dustjacket said...

I came over to say a big thank you for staying at the Attic and leaving such a lovely comment.

Your post today is VERY related to mine today!

I just adore the photo's from your previous post they are gorgeous. I love the photo's of this post too, as I said over at mine, makes me want to travel again.

trishie said...

I love that first photo of you. These pics bring me back to florence too...i was constantly awed by the sights...

Miss Head Over Heels said...

You both look so so happy together. :)

Sylvia said...

Of course you do not bore! I love hearing about travels...and this looks fabulous. I'm especially interested because my friend and I are looking into going to Italy next summer. I can't get enough of looking at all things Italian right now!

Anonymous said...

you are ever so lucky to visit europe♥ the photos are just exquisite.
andthank you ever so much for your lovely comment. it really does mean ever so much to me♥

Sylvia said...

Hey! Thanks so much for visiting myblog and for leaving a comment! I am so glad you like my photography! You have some wonderful shots yourself! Thanks again!

Dream Sequins said...

Gorgeous photos :) I enjoyed my trip to Italy as well. This brings back some great memories. Thanks for entering my giveaway and following my blog! xx

Rose said...

Awww these photos are beautiful, you must have had such an amazing time. I would love to go overseas one day. That photo of the sunset is my favourite :)


koralee said...

Lovely my dear...your trip looked day it will be my turn!

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esme and the laneway said...

It looks amazing there!

Valencia Lia said...

Re:Sorry to keep replying to you here. heeee

Yea,I must agree my sister is getting better in taking photos :)
You should ask you siblings to help out or maybe even your mom !

You should try the bandage look,believe you can pull it off with no problems<3

Yeahhh,we should meet up chat and chill !! Or Collaboration is awesome.

Or you could come to visit toooo

daisy kate said...

Hi :) So sorry it's taken so long to reply to your comments on my blog, I've been really busy moving to university in Manchester! But thank you so much for your comments, I hope you pop by again soon :)
My sister went to florence this summer and adored it, she wants to live there now! I really must visit the city.

daisychain said...

Incredibly beautiful photos, thanks for sharing

Ve said...

Oh wow...what a beautiful city...wish I can go there someday :)

Unknown said...

gorgeous photos!!! reminds me of our trip to italy a few years ago..

pretty*pink*rat said...

Oh how I want to go to Florence, even more so now after looking at your wonderful pictures! I've been to Rome, but nowhere else in Italy and I want to go everywhere!

Thanks for visiting my site and for your sweet comment!

Starting today I'm having a giveaway for the next week, so come back by!

Have a great weekend!

Anonymous said...

this looks amazing! stunning photos. XX

iris said...

Oh Sher dear! I absolutely love this travel posts! :) So pls don't think you bother with them because you DON'T. I understand the magic of travelling and want to remember the emotions.
Florence is so great, well, I love Italy, and Florence is just magic, as so many places there.
I'm so happy you could see it and feel it:)

xx from Madrid:*

Ilse said...

oh so romantic!! Florence is such a lovely town.. I've only been there one day as well, but it totally made me want to get back there one day!

Unknown said...

So lovely and romantic... I can't wait to travel the world with my partnerx

Annie Spandex said...

Those photos are unreal!!!
And your boyfriend is cute :)

Timeless Fashion... said...

Wow, these are great too. Was the river blue or green? I went to Florence in early September and it was very green.

LookingGlassGirl said...

Oh wow, you went to Florence too. It's the best place in the workd, isn't it?


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