Genova really lights up during the day time. We walked around early in the morning on Sunday to take advantage of the sunny weather. I think the best time to get to know a city is when people are still asleep. At 9 in the morning, we ended up here at the port and as you can see, it was beautiful.Read More »
About an hour and a half from Milan, we arrived by train in Genova on a Saturday night. A bag in one hand and the other tucked tightly inside my jacket pocket. We maneuvered through the subway station dodging people from left to right. I couldn’t quite put my finger on it but, it seems the space in Genova was tighter than normal and I mean, “close” where you can hear them breathing next to you. A few times on the way to our Airbnb apartment, I lost my balance and tripped. The roads were uneven and damaged. Although, a few women still wore high heels (props to them). Read More »
Obviously, being in a different country I’m bound to face some cultural differences. There are some things I’ve noticed in Italy that caught my eye that I found odd at times yet, interesting.
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Happy Halloween! Normally, a day like today I’m prepping on my Halloween costume and getting ready for a huge party at night. This year, I’m skipping it and instead I made my way to Verona. It was the best decision ever.Read More »
Pisa was part of our Sienna trip. On the way back to Milan, we made a quick stop to see the PISA. After arriving, we went up on the top of the building, walked around a bit then, left. My expectation prior to arriving was that the Pisa would be larger than I imagined. To my surprise, the area it is situated in is smaller and of course, full of tourists. However, it’s worth seeing it. Read More »