Gelato, Gelato, Gelato.

I am certain mankind has invented gelato to cope with summer and with heat. Nowhere is this more apparent than Italy, where gelato is not just the ingredient that cools you down and prevents you from a heat stroke; it is also a way of life. Lunch at La Menagere done half an hour ago; […]

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La Menagere, Firenze.

I have already written about La Menagere in the post that now lives on Vocal Media. It is nevertheless a sort of a timeless place, one that perhaps is at its best during the summer. It feels like it is during the summer that the doors of this restaurant remain fully open throughout the day. […]

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Shenandoah Park.

Shenandoah Park was a treat not just because I got to see a beautiful park and its colours at the start of autumn. It was a treat because I got to spend a day in the company of a dear friend, who has been living in the States for more than a decade. She and […]

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Travelling To Me.

I forget about everything and everyone when I travel. Maybe that is why I would like this to be a permanent job.¬†Always in transit. Always escaping. Always seeing something new. My only commitment would be to always being free. My soul is that of a gipsy. That is half a blessing, half a curse, for […]

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The New York Public Library.

The New York Public Library is one of those emblematic New York buildings, right there on the map of the great buildings that make the city memorable, alongside the Empire State, the Chrysler, Grand Central Station and the Waldorf Astoria. Built in the 19th century with support from the Lenox, the Astor and other wealthy […]

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