David. We've all seen pictures of him, read about him in our history textbooks, and some of us may have even got the chance to marvel at the 14 ft marble statue in person. The statue is well known across the globe, and for a good reason, but what I want to know is why I've never… Continue reading Partial to the Prisoners.
It's been a while since my last post so I thought I'd give you a little update of what's been happening on the other side of the big blue Atlantic. First off, I can't believe I've been here for more than two months now! Time is flying by and I must admit, my travel bug is… Continue reading Slices of Paradise
Hello family and friends! It's been a while since my last post and I've seen lots of wonderful things since then. I've been excited to share them with you and I'm happy to finally be writing this post. As you probably know, in the beginning of February I went to Rome! It was an overall… Continue reading From Rome with Love
The 'this' and 'these' of a small town called Lucca.
“Traveling- it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller." - Ibn Battuta I'm struggling to find words that can accurately describe these magnificent cities in northeastern Italy. But what I lack in vocabulary, can hopefully be made up for in pictures. Without further ado, here we go! Friday: To Venice We Go I had an exhausting… Continue reading Venice & Verona
Ohhh, so that's why they call it Study Abroad I was recently rudely pushed out of the 'honeymoon phase' of my adventure by the remembrance that school is just around the corner. All the sight seeing I've been doing almost made me forget about the "study" part in study abroad. This past Thursday and Friday… Continue reading Today was a Walk in the Park
Florence: A maze of winding concrete, cobblestone, and centuries old edifices that make your jaw drop.