Sunday, 12 May 2013

Sunday morning

 

I had a hard week at work and today we couldn't go to the sea, so  decided to spend the morning in the city...




As the day was sunny and warm we have been walking for a while...




...and finally, the thirsty Bangio has had fresh water from the hands of my beloved husband and then a little rest.

ROBERTO DEL CARLO

Time for a little rest for my feet too!  (Today I have worn my favourite sandals )




I wish a peaceful Sunday morning  ...

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    1. ...yes, they are, and not too high!

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  2. So nice to meet you, Dan. My, what a beautiful lady...living in such a beautiful place. Loving your outfits and photos very much.

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  3. A very nice Sunday.
    Sure you've been enjoying.
    Kisses

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  4. que linda salida!!! y que original blog!!
    http://entrezapatosyvestidos.blogspot.com.ar/

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    1. hola, y muchas gracias de estar aquì !

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  5. Your sandals look high to me though. They are pretty and perhaps comfortable, but if I go for a walk into town I have to wear flat shoes (unfortunately as I hate flat shoes on me).
    Pretty town.

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  6. ...those sandals are so soft, so confortable, so light, that I could wear them all day long (and in fact I often do )...

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    1. My sandals are Roberto del Carlo, that is an Italian brand. I bought two pairs last year in Ventimiglia. The other shoes are white decolletes and have a lower heel. Both are extra confortable for my foot.

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  7. Looks like a nice relaxing start to a Sunday!

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  8. Hi Dan. You do live in a beautiful place. Your sandals are great! Looks like a relaxing Sunday morning surrounded by such history in the architecture.

    Thanks for your sweet comments over a Sylvia's blog. Thought of you this week with my blue outfit knowing blue is your favorite color.

    blue hue wonderland

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  9. Torino is an ancient town, and has roman origins. There are many buildings from 1600 on. ( that I don't notice anymore! ). It is a beautiful town and has a wonderful Egyptian Museum...Almost everything is old here!!

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