It’s a peachy morning again in Florida, because I’m wearing some crocheted, peach-colored, cool boho tunic with fringes. My destroyed black denim shorts by New Yorker and my cool new lace-up swimsuit by L.A. Hearts which I found in some of the surf shops here is a really peachy look! Oh, I forgot to tell you that I visited Ybor City these days…
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That was so cool! It’s a really old history over there with lots of buildings from the early 19th century. The streetart on the second photo is a very famous wall in Ybor City on a street with lots of cool bars and live music. It seems that nothing really changed here within the last hundred years. But Ybor City became much cooler, younger and more inspiring than it used to be like twenty years ago. But it’s really authentic and pure rock style here. Love it and will definitely come back! The last picture shows Florida’s oldest restaurant and the largest spanish restaurant in the world called Columbia Restaurant, founded in 1905 by Cuban immigrant Casimiro Hernandez Sr.. Now there are flagship restaurants in other locations all owned and operated by 4th and 5th generation members of the founding family, except for Columbia Restaurant Cafe at Tampa International Airport. Really impressing!