I should have gone to summer camp because then I wouldn’t be a wimp in the heat fiending for air conditioning. I’ve never experienced heat like this that’s truly inescapable, as barely any places have AC. Things could be worse though because to deal with the warm temperatures, my roommates and I have spent the… Continue reading I Should’ve Gone To Summer Camp: Livorno
Can I just stay here forever? It really does feel like a different world. However, there are cultural things like American brunch that I do miss, so I’ve been trying to incorporate those things into my life here in Italy. I’ve made friends with the man who works at a Caffe Il Sole, a restaurant… Continue reading I Climbed the Torre Guinigi!
6:00 a.m., so midnight in America…good morning! Going to catch the sunrise over the Duomo with my roommate, Daniela, so I’m up earlier than usual for my typical self. I didn’t have class yesterday, so I took the day to do some of my own exploring. I started at a store called Flying Tiger Copenhagen,… Continue reading XOXO, Your Gelato Enthusiast
The first day of Renaissance Art History, a great way to finish out my last 3 credits of college. I was proudly awake at 7 a.m. walk of shaming back to my apartment due to the taxi incident. Things could be worse though, than getting blank stares as my roommate and I laughed and walked… Continue reading Trip to Santa Croce
I don’t have any complaints living in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. However, as I scroll through my blog 3 days later, I’m realizing that one of the statements I’ve made isn’t completely true. I said, and I quote, “People aren’t in a rush here,” which is true for the most… Continue reading My Greatest Fear in Italy: Getting Run Over by a Vespa
Yes, they do have 4th of July in Italy. They don’t just go from the 3rd to the 5th. Of course I have to throw my Grandfather’s joke in here, as yesterday was Independence Day, & I attempted to celebrate America’s birthday outside of the USA. This post is a little overdue, but we’ll go… Continue reading Red Wine, and Blue
Florence is like Florida. Kind of. I was sitting in a coffee shop this morning checking my email and people watching out the window. I realized that in the short time I’ve been here, everything has been very relaxed. People aren’t in a rush here. There’s no hustle and bustle. People walk leisurely, sit while… Continue reading Just A Thought.