IMPORTANT NOTE: REMEMBER THAT THE FURTHER DOWN YOU GO, THE OLDER THE POST IS. I’d prefer it if you read the older posts first and then worked your way up to the most recent ones; it’ll be much better for you as well!
This is the last time I’ll write for a long time. I hope that you have enjoyed reading the blog and that you’ve learned a lot about the cities I visited. I wish that I’ve increased your awareness regarding the benefits and fun of travelling (it can actually be really interesting!). I hope that you’ve been influenced to travel more often, and try to use your time productively during summer. I wish that I’ve had an impact on you, and that reading this has changed you.
I didn’t really talk about food much, however, I think that it’s a really important aspect of travelling and so I’ll make this, my last real blog entry, just about the 6 best foods. New York City: 1) On the … Continue reading →
The best ancient museum ever. Trust me, you’ll be impressed by the amount of interesting information you’ll learn and arts you’ll see. When you visit the place, you gain lots of cultural knowledge, and admiring the art makes you feel … Continue reading →
Ever wanted to be able to drive something, that’s faster than 60km/h? Well, that’s what my friends Alessio and Giacomo did today. We had the whole kart circuit free for ourselves, enhancing the already great experience. The only bad thing … Continue reading →
What do you do at 10.30 pm on a Sunday night in Rome during the summer? Obviously, you get your cousin and run a 1km sprint just so that you don’t miss the tram to get to Trastevere, one of … Continue reading →
Daniel and I toured some important, places in Rome which are worth visiting, even if for a short while. The Vatican City was our first stop. When I actually went inside of St.Peter’s church (my first time), I was amazed … Continue reading →
Campo de’ Fiori at night (or Campo as youngsters call it) is the best place to be for people like us. When Daniel and I went, I expected something great but not as great as this! As soon as we … Continue reading →