8.10.12

Italy Day 9: Pisa and Lucca

Pisa


Lucca


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  1. Gorgeous architecture. I love Italy sooo much!
    Happy Monday Hun xoxo
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  2. very beautiful! I've heard Lucca is great to visit..I'd love to go someday

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  3. Haven't been to neither of the two cities and definitely want to visit. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day xoxo ES
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  4. Fab post lady - I never made it to Pisa or Lucca, maybe next time!

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  5. These cities are so charming! great pics!


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  6. You are very lucky being able to see all those magnificent places!
    LA By Diana Live Magazine

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  7. Ahahaha...Anouka You made me smile with Your Chat up of the day...Your Humour is delizioso...ma evidentemente la Tua Bellezza da DEA attrae i Farfalloni...non è Cosi?
    But I'm envious because those man/men can admire/stare You in person
    while I and the other reader of Your Blog could just daydreaming about You...:)
    Posterai qualche foto di Te presa qui in Italia?
    Goditi le cinque terre...W l'Italia, Viva Anouka!!
    Ciao

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    1. Farfalloni! Haha, nice expression. I don't have any photos of me but will start posting some once in a while when I'm back in Luxembourg. I will visit Cinque Terre on Thursday and Friday. Ciao, xo

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  8. Ah, you're so lucky! These photographs are beautiful. I've only been twice, so I'm itching to visit again!

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  9. Gorgeous pictures as usual!! The man probably had a crush on you!!
    LOL ;-)
    xoxo
    Patricia

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    1. If only I had felt the same about him...

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  10. wow))
    so nice photos!
    great place!
    Angela Donava
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  11. gorgeous photos Anouka, lol lol for the guy!! kisses!:*

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  12. Great pictures dear! xoxo, Mina from the blog The Style Fever

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  13. Your pictures are wonderful - they make me want to get off my butt and travel more

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  14. Gorgeous Pics!
    Have a great day!
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  15. Can't get over the amazing Italian architecture! It's so inspiring!

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  16. Haha funny story, yep I too think he was not a New Yorker :) Beautiful pictures of the Leaning Tower, they really show the beauty of it. Is it true that Pisa is not such a great city? I hear that there is nothing to see apart from the tower, cathedral and some cemetery.

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    1. That's what I heard too and this is why I didn't explore beyond the Campo dei miracoli. And I didn't spot any special whilst driving to/from the site.

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  17. oh i would love to be there! one of my twins sons name is luca, i think we will have to visit the place some day! xx

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    1. Yes, in that case you have a very good reason. You will not be disappointed; the trip would be worth it.

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  18. The architecture is truly so amazing!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  19. Gorgeous pictures!!!
    Funny things like that always happen to a beautiful girl while travelling alone and Italian men are so funny when approaching girls, personal experience from so many summer vacations in Italy.
    Have a wonderful week dear and enjoy the rest of your week.

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  20. Stunning photography-it looks like such an inspiring and unique place :) Plus I imagine the food is so yummy !!

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  21. Beautiful photography. This makes me miss Italy so much!! Great post x

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  22. I visited Pisa 3 summer ago and loved it!! Enjoy it there ;)

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  23. Your pictures are really great - the same places look more beautiful in your photos)
    I know people here in Greece, originally from former USSR - they live here for 10-15 years, have their documents writing Greek citizen but their Greek is aweful)) They also say they're from Athens)

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    1. So maybe the one I met was from NY indeed. Let's give him the benefit of the doubt.

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  24. Amazing photos dear. Were you creeped out by that guy? THe same thing happened to me in London, although I'm pretty sure the old man who was following me around was a hobo. I was on my way to John Soane's museum when he started following me. The faster I walked, the faster he followed. I ended up running back to the subway and never made it to the museum.

    xx Jenee C.
    {camo meets couture}

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  25. funny story! That man must have been in love with you, poor him for the rejection :P!

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