Many years ago, a friend told me that whenever he had trouble falling asleep he’d close his eyes and imagine long walks through places he’d once lived.
I loved this idea, and I’ve tried it myself. And my complete inability to recall any of these night wanderings is proof, I take it, that they put me straight to sleep.
I know I’ve said it here before, but we love walking through this city. And one of my very favourite walks is the one we take to the children’s library in the centro storico. I took the kids just the other day, and couldn’t resist taking photographs along the way. Perhaps it’ll help me remember on some future night when I just can’t sleep.
If you’ve lasted this long, perhaps you’d like to join us on the journey home? We take another route back, of course.
P.S.: We got a good haul of books. Thank you, Biblioteca Centrale Ragazzi!