They say that there’s nothing like coming back home, I agree. The only thing I think that should be thought of is that yes, you are home, but, what did you bring back?
Our last day, goodbye Europe!A little bummed out yet excited to share all of this knowledge back home, we set out through Madrid to the Puerta de Alcalá. This historical monument does look great when the sun is coming up!
Yesterday we arrived at Madrid, on our second to last day in Europe! I don’t know if it was the rush from Barcelona or just that we entered the hotel at Gran Via (the most comercial road), that it felt like Madrid wasn’t that emotional and fun as Barcelona.
4 hours in bus is not a joke. It’s tiring, boring, and many others… That’s what it took us yesterday to come from Barcelona to Valencia since 8:30 in the morning. I had been told that the paella at Valencia so as we parked the bus and after like a half hour of evacuating myContinue reading “A Stop in Valencia!”
Waking up was the hardest part. After the day before yesterday we kind of drank a bit too much, yet had such a fun time! My roommate and I obviously didn’t wake up at 6:30 am to be ready at 8:30 when we all got to the hotel at 4 am… So, as soon asContinue reading “Barcelona; an ode to Gaudí. “
Ok. Seriously: i’m in love with this city. Yesterday was so amazing that i’m about to leave it all behind and stay here (I won’t though, yet…). There is a charm behind every activity you do and just makes you want to fell and see more than is in front of you.
Yesterday we arrived at probably till today my favorite city from the trip. We left Italy early in the morning to fly to Spain. Here, Barcelona started at lunch in a recommended restaurant at Plaza Molina where finally we could eat cheap and really good.
Plaza by Michelangelo. Early morning wake-up. That really gets you tired, yet makes you feel like the day lasts what it should. Our walk started in the Coliseum; the new wonder of the world, and a structure that has a history of being so useful it makes you think about how technology works these days…Continue reading “Last day in Rome!”
Sorry. Yesterday i didn’t have the energy to write; i lost all the pictures from Venice. Long story short; i deleted them because i thought they were already saved. Trying to save get them back yesterday got me so exhaused and bummed out, that i just couldn’t write.
El David by Michelangelo The last day in Florence was probably our only “Lay day”. It started walking to the museum to get to see the David sculpture. It was out only “guided event”. Once we finished we were free to walk around the city (below the sun). It was nice though, it was theContinue reading “Lay Day”