27 March 2009

Something Sweet from Florence, Italy

I promised some photographs of Caffe' Gilli. The sweets are to die for ... well, not literally of course but, they are simply mouth watering tidbits of heaven.

15 comments:

Tom Atkins said...

I am so totally enjoying these shots from your trip. The light and colors are wonderful!

CountryDew said...

Boy, does that make me wish I weren't on a diet! Wow.

The Blue Ridge Gal said...

Looks like a 'died and gone to heaven' kind of place.

Really a great photo!

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

Barb said...

Talk about "the Good Life!" I would be standing in that cafe in a daze, mouth watering, looking at all the wonderful treats. How did you choose? Please don't tell me you just took photos and didn't indulge!

Wendy said...

So nice!

That pile of fruit reminded me of some pictures a friend of mine took in the grocery store when she was in Italy. It was so fascinating to compare to our grocery stores in America. I never thought a grocery store would be "beautiful" or "poetic" but it sure was!

Robert V. Sobczak said...

I would love to have an extra $20 in my pocket, to conveniently "lose" in that store, ... but "gain" in my belly!

Michele said...

Gasp!! It looks all so yummy! I haven't had sweets for quite some time but I think it is TIME!
Beautiful!

Gaelyn said...

Got my mouth watering. Nice store front. Did you bring any back?

Rob Inukshuk said...

Oh yes, too delightful. There's something about these speciality shops one finds in European cities.

ShabbyInTheCity said...

Gilli :) How cute is that? I see some marzipan! That is a gorgeous shop. What did you get?

Denise said...

Such a beautiful display. Great photos.

Norma said...

This is what I envision from Europe. Thanks so much for the postcard!!! I'm looking forward to your journal of sites!!!

MedaM said...

Oh, that really is so inviting shop window! Beautiful, indeed!

Pam said...

That is what I call 'Eye Candy'. It looks splendid but I can't eat any... ta ta, I have to run and get some 'real' tasty tidbits...
Thanks for your visit

Tanya said...

What a GORGEOUS shop!