12 July 2013

(Mostly) Wordless Fridays

#ilovelondon, that is all.
 
 
Everything seems to be jewel-hued at the moment.
 
 
 
 
 
I love the everyday art that you stumble across;

This dress was made out of paper, hanging in a shop window.



What is your favourite city in the world? Does it ever change? Is it New York, Prague, BarcelonaVenice?

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9 comments :

  1. I have excellent memories of both Barcelona and Prague, which charmed me in many different ways. However, my two unrivalled favourites remain London and Rome. I could never live permanently in Rome, but I always fall back in love with it every time I visit!

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    1. Yes, I'm smitten with Barcelona & Prague, but London just pips them to the post. Rome we loved, but the sheer busyness. Florence & Venice on the other hand... oh how I love Italy!

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  2. I was seriously just thinking of this for about five minutes, and I don't think I have one! I like all the places I've been, but I'm def in love with London, so maybe it's up there in the top 3.

    Dannielle | Chic-a-Dee

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    1. It's actually quite hard to rank them, isn't it!

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  3. What about Wien? It's so romantic, but at the same time nostalgic too. In some places it seems that the time has stopped and nothing changed. Lovely!
    But maybe I love Wien because I live in Rome. It's so chaotic, compared to Wien.

    http://acrosstheblueworld.blogspot.com

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    1. Oooh, I've not come across Wien itself, though Vienna has always intrigued me! Another one for the 'to travel' list!

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  4. Just had to say- I love the bottom photo!

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    1. Thanks :D I was going for dramatic ;-)

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  5. I was just about to leave the same comment as Kit - last one is fantastic.

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