Paris — the city of love, the city of light. Before I came to Italy, Paris was the number one place outside of Italy that I wanted to visit. Most people tried to convince me otherwise as Paris is not known for being the cleanest, nicest, or most inviting city for Americans. Still, I knew I had to visit in order to figure that out … Continue reading Paris, S’il vous plaît.
Cinque Terre, meaning five lands, is a coastal area on the Northern coast of the Italian Riviera. Consisting of five towns, Cinque Terre is the Pinterest perfect location of rocky shorelines, colorful houses and la dolce vita. On a rainy April day, that eventually turned into a sunny one, Melissa, her family, their family friends, and I, took a train from Florence to La Spezia and a metro … Continue reading Cinque Terre in Five Photos
The ferry we took to the final destination of spring break happened to be the most enjoyable of the whole trip. As horrible as it was waking up at 5:15, once I was awake I quite enjoyed being on the water throughout the morning, even though I did take a quick nap on the ferry. Since our cell phones are basically useless bricks when we … Continue reading Chasing Sunshine in Santorini
When the group left Corfu, we took the same ferry that brought us to Corfu, back to the port of Igoumenitsa. As I said before, we were supposed to be on a later ferry, but it was cancelled due to weather, and we were forced to take the earlier one. After we arrived in Igoumenitsa, we boarded buses that would take us to Athens, the … Continue reading Ancient Adventures in Athens
This past week and a half I ventured across the Adriatic into the Ionian Sea to spend my spring break in the country of Greece. Throughout the ten days I was on break, I traveled to the island of Corfu, the capital of Athens, and the island of Santorini. Since I did, saw and traveled so much over the past ten days, I figured it … Continue reading Kisses from Corfu