I’m so happy that so many people loved my updated version of Cinque Terre. It’s been about three years since I studied abroad in Italy, and it was time for these posts to get a major update. This time, my destination is Venice and Verona. Before I get into what you need to see in Venice and Verona, let me explain how excited I was before I went to Venice. My first real introduction to Italy was learning about Venice and the canals. I remember watching movie after movie about the beautiful scenery. As a result of this, seeing Venice in person was by far one of my favorite parts of studying…
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Oh, back to reality. This past week I was off exploring the twists and turns of Pasadena and Hollywood after work. Now I’m back at my office thinking about the adventures and delicious food I had. After all, isn’t one of the best things about traveling the food?
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Hello darlings! If you’ve tuned into my blog for the past four months you would have realized I was exploring all of Europe. I am incredibly fortunate to have been able to see as much as I did. I ended up going to eight countries and sixteen major cities. These were my weekends. Siena, Italy I studied in Siena and I wouldn’t have changed the location for the world. It’s an adorable Tuscany city with rustic buildings and contada flags everywhere. I walked to school every day and saw some of the most beautiful buildings. I may have left this adorable town, but I will not forget it. Sunday Snapshot:…