Hi. I just want to share your images are so beautiful and meaningful for me, in the Brazilian corner of the Atlantic. Thank you very much.
I have enjoyed catching up on your posts. Those strange little vehicles seem to be everywhere in Italy!Lovely pictres, as always :-)
Do hope that you are enjoying your visit in Rome. I have a college friend that grew up not far from the Trevi fountain that I still keep in contact with.....he still lives not far from the fountain! Can you feel springtime arriving there? How I wish I were traveling with you! Keep those postcards coming :D~Allie
I so enjoyed the coffee. I can almost hear the music.
A lovely cap to this morning's headiness.
I can just see that last picture in a shadow box about 5x5 to match my other two lovely cups of coffee! Great photos of one of my favorite things my dear friend! Coffee!hugsSandi
Aaah, coffee in Europe is so much more...meaningful, maybe even... somewhat romantic? Hard to explain, but sinc eyou live on the other side of the ocean, I think you'ld understand.Thank you for the comments on my blog - they both came on:)
Lovely way to stat my day - I'm transported to Rome...:)
I thought Bramonte meant pistachios?But what do I know..All looks divine...sigh
busy days...I just popped in for coffee Merisi!(whist waiting for washing/dishwasher machines, electrician, delivery of beds, dining furniture and sofa's!wanna swap?!you are obviously having a great timeFFF x
Merisi, those Roman coffee cups surely do give me cabin fever.However, I must remind myself that I also live in a great city.(In answer to your question, yes, I actually have just gotten around to reading and very much enjoying, 84, Charing Cross Road, and one of these days will finally come across the film.)
A very nice set of images, graphic and composed from Rome and a cup of coffee.
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