SIGHTS FROM ROMEO AND JULIET'S TOWN
Very cute and definitely worth breaking the one picture per day rule. Who hasn't broken it upon occasion. Is that common to tie a big bow on the car for the bride? In the U.S. it's traditional to tie cans, and anything that will make a lot of noise to the getaway car of the bride and groom.I love the second picture with the cute little girl walking by the car. You can guess that she is probably thinking wow, I hope I get one like that when I get married.
This is precious! My great uncle still has his 1950 500 (in Vicenza)-and it's in mint condition:)
Eeach of phtos are nice.Especially I like second photo.The car looks more lovely, and it tell me that the car might be too small for me.
Very cute! From what I'm reading in the comments, this must signify a wedding...or maybe just a gift to some lucky person?
Lovely photo's, beautiful little car. Some couples hire a Rolls Royce or a huge 50's or 60's American car for their big day, but I'd prefer a Fiat 500 anytime!
Hai fatto bene, una occasione così non si può perdere...e poi hai recuperato la regola nella seconda foto, no?:-)
Great shots , i like the both , so cuttie car ;)
Very cute! Hope the bride's dress fit in the car!
Very cute, very very interesting photo!
In the south we make a very big deal out of weddings. I haven't see a bow this large and so lovely yet! Go ahead, break that rule. I break it EVERYDAY! HASuch a cute little car. I agree, hope the bride fits in it.V
I just found your blog and love it!!! Can't wait to get a dose of Italy in my life!
Love your photos, Valeria. The 500 (so well kept!) is so cute with the white bow. Do you have a photo with the bride as well? Ciao. A.
I LOVE THIS!! It is soooo cute and yet so funny.
Hihi:) It is so sweet - like with the big white nose:)
Gorgeous, i love this!
I love that car!
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