The Food of Italy
A memorable sentence with a beautifully striking simile:
Perugia lies sprawled out over its mountains like a drunken amoeba.
Set in its paragraph:
Everywhere one comes suddenly and unexpectedly on open terraces affording far-raging views, for the city enjoys a most peculiar topography. Its center is constructed at a point where several mountain ridges converge from different directions along which its various quarters have flowed outward separated from one another by deep valleys. Perugia lies sprawled out over its mountains like a drunken amoeba.
The image, of course, resonates thanks to rhyme.
And so for day 2885