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Re: travelling to Italy



Yes, yes, let me second it - visit Florence.  But don't let your cat get
at your little lovely leather-bound notebook after you come home - mine
left tooth marks (GRRR!). The leather was supposed to be distressed, but
not like that!

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On Wed, 17 Apr 1996, Tim Sheppard wrote:

> >My colleague at work is travelling to Italy this summer and has asked
> >me to collect interesting destinations for someone who is a graphic
> >designer, a typophile, and in  general a book lover. I am sure there
> >are hundreds of places to visit but if anyone has a destination that
> >would not show up on the tour book, could you foward it to me at
> >skorey@xxxxxxxxxx
> >Much Thanks
> >Suzanne
> >
>
> Try Florence (Firenze), then drop by Florence, and don't forget to
> round off the trip in Florence. The whole place is an aesthetic orgasm
> - sorry, there's no other word for it. Loads of small bookbinders,
> and that beautiful Florentine illuminated paper. Don't forget to visit
> the library with Michaelangelo's staircase - there are no books in
> it unfortunately, they're all round the back. You may be able to get
> access to visit if you prearrange?
>
> Siena has a couple of beautiful little antiquarian bookshops with very
> fine stuff.
>
> ========================================================
> Tim Sheppard                   tim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Lilliput Press  -   Publisher of fine books in miniature
> ========================================================
>


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