Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Lisboa Martini Firenze

During July and August, I used to have a martini at the esplanade of Centro Cultural de Belém in Lisboa, on those soft and flexible, even floppy afternoons, looking to the Tejo and reading Zamyatin's "We". It was really nice. And martini was expensive. Something so good and so expensive. Unfair. Unfair.

I have some days ago bought a one liter bottle of martini rosso, which costed the price of two martinis in CCB. And now I drink the now much cheaper, really economical, martini at my desk, in this room in white and colour in the red and purple city of Firenze at night, with the Ursa Minor and the hills of Fiesole staring at me through the tall window.


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