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A personal blog of a 'Tuscan Texan' living, eating, and traveling in Florence, Italy.
A personal blog of a 'Tuscan Texan' living, eating, and traveling in Florence, Italy.

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This is a tough week in regards to finding out what restaurants are open in the city. Check this list to see what's closed this week and what options you have. Made with love from #Florence http://girlinflorence.com/2018/07/28/where-to-eat-in-florence-this-august-2018/
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Here's one idea for #Ferragosto, visit Villa Bardini and the exciting Steve McCurry Icons' exhibit that is not only open but FREE every Wednesday this August. Really awesome initiative if you ask me. More ideas for this month in #Florence can be found here http://girlinflorence.com/2018/07/31/august-2018-events-in-florence-italy-personal-suggestions-for-a-great-month/
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72 Glorious Hours in Marrakesh - A "Short" Itinerary http://girlinflorence.com/2016/06/24/72-hours-marrakesh/ via @girlinflorence #VisitMorocco
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Sustainable bag designer Clara Soto is one to know in #Florence, her beautiful cross-body bags are among my favorite items ever http://girlinflorence.com/2016/06/02/locals-love-clara-soto/ via @girlinflorence
Locals I Love: Clara Soto
Locals I Love: Clara Soto
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Two Nights In #Monti, Rome’s Perfect Central Neighborhood (And a Personal Favorite) http://girlinflorence.com/2016/11/08/two-nights-monti-romes-perfect-central-neighborhood/ via Georgette Jupe
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Worth the detour Anyone traveling to Mexico City should plan a night away in the beautiful "silver city" of #Taxco. Here's why -> http://girlinflorence.com/2017/05/16/24-hours-in-taxco-a-pueblo-magico-in-mexico/ via Georgette Jupe #Travel
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One food fair you don't want to miss in the South of France and how traditions and cuisine can make you a bit more sentimental of a person. Maybe it's because I'm half-Mexican but give me all of the beans, love you Cassoulet http://girlinflorence.com/2018/08/08/what-cassoulet-taught-me-about-family/ #VisitFrance #Blogging
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I love when two food bloggers I adore get together for a great giveaway. Don't miss the chance to win JulsKitchen latest cookbook (I have it, it's amazing) thanks to @turinmamma . Here's how to enter http://turinmamma.com/2018/08/09/tomatoes-leftover-bread-and-a-cookbook-giveaway/ #Italy
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"Le Cure has a very special atmosphere which can best be compared to that of a small village. We are so close to the city center and yet it feels like another world out here." Why it's worth discovering the other boroughs of #Florence http://girlinflorence.com/2017/10/16/the-other-florence-le-cure/ #GuestPost #Italy
The Other Florence: Le Cure
The Other Florence: Le Cure
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August is the month when Italian traditionally abandon cities and head to the seaside or mountains for a cool escape so shop & restaurant closures are to be expected. However if you need one go-to list on where to eat this month in #Florence, I got you! http://girlinflorence.com/2018/07/28/where-to-eat-in-florence-this-august-2018/
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