Sunday, March 6, 2016

Verona City of Lovers


William Shakespeare was not wrong at all when he inspired himself in Verona to create once more another fantastic drama. Among lovers and love stories that walk around the streets, you can easily find the place where Juliet Capulet and Romeo Montague had their famous affair known woldwide. You can palpate the essence of the city in every corner: the Piazza delle Erbe, The Arena, The house of Juliet and the beautiful canal that divides the city while crossing the Castle. At the end, me and my boyfriend took the train to come back to Milano feeling like going out of a Fairy Tale.








































Thursday, February 11, 2016

Carnevale di Venezia


Bella Venezia [...] 
I don't know if it was because of the Carnival or due to the beauty of the city itself, but I really loved Venice. It's kind of magic, it has a story to tell in every bridge, every canal. We really enjoyed it!
Every tourist, every citizen wearing masks. I think that this was the fact that encharmed the situation the most. And even you had already bought your mask, it wasn't possible stopping to see those parades and traditional shops full of marvellous mascaras.
Below, you will see my iPhone pictures, not so well taken, not with the best resolution, but for sure you will taste a bit of the party that the city was living those days. Extremely recommended, a memory for life, that's why it's so well known, il Carnevale di Venezia.




People waiting for their jackets at the wardrove of the night club-

View from the apartment's window-









Street with no water-










Grand Canal-




Waiting for a gondola-




Gondolas can afford a max. of 6 people and a 20min trip costs 80€-















































Celio's window-