When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Limoncello

(Posted later with WiFi) This morning my parents visited Santa Croce, the church where Michelangelo’s tomb lay. They were astounded by the beauty of the church and even considered that the interior could be even more beautiful than that of the Duomo. With a few other sites on our list of things to see, we… Continue reading When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Limoncello

Back in my Italian Home: Firenze

Home is where your loved ones are. Ah, Firenze! It feels good to be back after leaving my abroad home for a few weeks to head to Greece and the Amalfi Coast. I’ve missed the smell of fresh leather along with the familiarity of passing the multiple Zara stores on my way to the Ponte Vecchio… Continue reading Back in my Italian Home: Firenze

When in Doubt, Say Prego: Positano

Back in Roma and reunited with my parents! Bridget and I flew back to Rome today from Mykonos, and now I understand why the rich and famous take helicopters. With feral cats in the airport chairs, chip crumbs all over the floors, and gum sitting in Bridget’s emergency handbook, the Mykonos airport was not the… Continue reading When in Doubt, Say Prego: Positano

I Successfully Planned A Trip to Greece Ft. Steve Aoki

Cosmo’s is our favorite place for breakfast here in Mykonos. It’s right in town near Little Venice and serves delicious Nutella Croissants, which are a big draw. Yesterday was our final day in Mykonos. After adjusting to life here, we have started to “really live our best lives,” as Bridget says. It just took a… Continue reading I Successfully Planned A Trip to Greece Ft. Steve Aoki