That morning I had been talking to my Argentinian friend I just meet, she loved British music like me, she didn’t know about all the musical locations on London, like the Berwick Street or Hoxton Street, she loved Richard Ashcroft. Also, we talked about Argentinian bands which had taken as an influence the British bands.
That morning we decided to start our music itinerary, starting with Abbey Road, the problem was that we had to miss one class, but not only we had done it but some other students, the difference they had decided to go to pubs and shopping centers; anyway, each one with their own likes.
We took the metro to Abbey Road but we didn’t remember that the first day of class they had talked about there are more than 5 places with the same name in London. After 30 minutes we were in a lonely station, with almost just 2 people per street. The sun was intense and we were using the app to get the zebra crossing but we still didn’t watch anyone.
We wanted to get one place of one of the most important bands of the world, it was strange not watching anyone, we had already arrived at Abbey Road and even though we walked thought never found the zebra crossing.
We asked a man and he laughed loud and said that we were so far from the Beatles Abbey Road. Because of our emotion for going to, we didn’t realize that we had walked so much and were already so far away from the station. That man offered his help to bring us in his car to the station, that I can’t remember the name.
He said that we should consider two connections, the last one stop should be St John Wood. When we arrived there, everything was different, there were people and we didn’t need a map to get here, just to follow them. I can't explain those all faces full of happiness and also, this corner, in fact, this building between Grove End Road and Abbey Road. .
Why is the Abbey Road sign in a high place in the building? Because any mad fan would like to take it and add it to all his Beatles discography, he would be the most envied. I’m not sure if there will a Beatles fan who measures more than 3 meters, I hope Slenderman wasn’t a Beatlemaniac.
🎶 When the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie...That's amore! 🎶
Imagine taking a romantic stroll through the streets of Florence, Tuscany.
As the locals call it "Firenze!".
In your best Italian accent... with the 'r' rolling off your tongue...
Together now ...
Imagine strolling through the city, making your way through a mini city scape adventure, with your lovers hand intertwined in yours... to share a sunset kiss at the famous romantic spot, Ponte Vecchio 💋
There is so much to adore and explore in Florence, the town itself is simply stunning, popping in and out of art shops, Truffle bistros, Prosecco tastings 🥂 , famous statues that grace the city... the romantic influence is felt in all little sidewalks.
A fun adventure to seek out are the traffic signs which all have been enhanced by Clet, a famous artist. He certainly has a gift ... and it is definitely something worth looking out for whilst trotting in Florence.
This is a fantastic getway for honeymooners who love adventure, good food, good wine and a lot of Amore! 🥰
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Lui era lì, in posa, ma non sapeva che io gli avrei scattato una foto ♥️💚