Mercato: Market Ciao! There are so many exciting things to discover while exploring Europe. One of my favorite things to find in any city is the local market! I love the chaotic atmosphere, bustling environment and fresh ambience! You can always depend on a market to sell delicious, local and CHEAP food (which is very … More I Love Markets
Londra: London Ciao! I only had three days left of my spring break, and I managed to check the main spots in London (in my opinion) off my list!: Chinatown Platform 9 3/4 from Harry Potter Traditional fish and chips The famous Nando’s Chicken The London Eye Big Ben!
Frigidarium: A cold pool in ancient Roman baths Ciao! The topic of this post is long overdue: GELATO. Gelato is basically the Italian word for ice cream. There is a gelato shop on every corner of every street in Italy. Gelato in Italy is not the same as gelato in America. There are so many different types … More Gelato, Gelato, Gelato!
Carbonara: Bacon and egg The one thing Italian people are most proud of is their FOOD. One of the most famous pasta dishes from Rome is pasta carbonara! Pasta carbonara is a simple (but delicious) dish made with eggs, cheese, bacon and black pepper. One of the most recommended restaurants to get this delicious dish … More Pasta Carbonara
il bar: a coffee shop in Italy When I first arrived in Italy, I was confused as to why there were so many bars around my neighborhood and school. Little did I know, “bars” are actually just the equivalent to American coffee shops. Bar Amore is a coffee shop owned by Fabio, a friendly, hardworking … More Bar Amore
Following my what I’m going to miss about Melbourne post, there are of course things I am looking forward to when I come home! 1. Seeing my family and friends. Of course this one is a given. I’m very excited to see them all for the first time in 5 months; in person and not … More Looking Forward to Coming Home
After Rome, I decided to visit a close friend who happened to be studying abroad in Milan, which is just a three hour train ride from Rome. The last part of my break didn’t start out so well. I had to take a train to a different train station to transfer, and then from there I had … More Milan, Italy!