and a dreamy expression
perchance, of hopping
on a red Vespa
to the next coffeehouse?
un buon caffé con la panna?
Espresso with whipped cream,
Are you coming
and Segafredo, Hütteldorf
Images and text © by Merisi
In the mood for a ride on a Vespa?
Watch these scenes from Nanni Moretti movies,
the great Italian actor director driving through Rome,
beyond the usual tourist destinations:
"Il Diario" (one of my favorite movies ever!) and
"Pasticciere Trotzkista" (with a "sweet" finale,
perfect with un caffé con la panna!).
R e p o s t
:)) Jetzt brauche ich einen Kaffee...ReplyDelete
Yes please :)ReplyDelete
Hop on over! :-)Delete
What great shots - so atmospheric and each one telling a story.ReplyDelete
I love following the red down the page! And I LOVE the red Vespa!ReplyDelete
I spot a red Vespa quite often, usually placed before a perfect background, almost suspiciously so. Who knows, it could be a cheap way to get attention without paying for advertising. ;-)
Je te suis avec plaisir Merisi ! Acheter un joli rouge à lèvres, j'en ai toujours un tube dans mon sac, mais c'est un indispensable :) prendre une Vespa (non, on ne la vole pas, elle est surement déjà à toi lol, et commander un buon caffé con panna au Grand Café le plus proche, mais je vois que nous sommes près du Burgtheater, si nous allions voir une pièce ? Le rideau rouge continuerait ta très jolie série en rouge... Merci Merisi pour ces merveilleuses photos de la si jolie Wien ! (J'aime bien la nommer dans sa langue)ReplyDelete
Bisous et belle fin de journée !
Merci, Nathanaëlle! :-)Delete
The building in the background is the Minoritenkirche, Minorite Church, at Minoritenplatz, off Herrengasse.
The white bow on the mannequin's head actually looks a little creepy to me.ReplyDelete
Going to the horse races, probably. It's hard to make oneself conspicuous with a huge hat nowadays. ;-)Delete
Great, colorful shots, Merisi, and they do indeed tell a story! Love the red Vespa!! Hope your week is going well!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Sylvia, a wonderful weekend to you! :-)Delete
I want to visit Vienna after reading your posts now. aReplyDelete
And I sure know who to turn to when I want to find nice places to visit when I would visit one day :-).
Thank you! :-)Delete
I love most Italian designs..... and yes, coffee and cake(s) in Vienna sounds great!! One day I will be there:)ReplyDelete
the lady in the first photo made me think of Lucille Ball .. i don't know why ..ReplyDelete
Oh yes, Merisi...I'm so ready for a cup of delicious coffee and a relaxing chat with you.ReplyDelete
I don't think the Vespa will get me all the way to Vienna..but it certainly is a beautiful shade of red.
My Granddaughter just returned from Croatia with a stop over in Vienna. She adored everything about it and wishes we could all go there together....Me Too!!
Yes, a Vespa ride in Europe would be a dream come true.ReplyDelete
Enjoyed the videos too. The first reminded me of a walk I once
took in Rome. The second was just happy!
Gorgeous, as always.ReplyDelete
Vienna is such a magnificent city. Thank you for sharing it's splendor with us!ReplyDelete