Florence, Italy, Travel

Final Thoughts

I've been home for over a week now and I still can't wrap my head around how much these past four months have meant to me. There truly is no better time to travel than in college. With no permanent responsibilities or a full time job, there is more freedom at this point in my… Continue reading Final Thoughts

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Florence, Italy

Florence For Free

Florence holds rich history from the Italian Renaissance era, and all of the landmarks, churches and museums located around the city center are extremely popular for both locals and tourists. On the first Sunday of every month, Florence opens some of its spectacular museums for free admission. My roommates and I didn't hesitate to take advantage of this. Accademia… Continue reading Florence For Free

Italy, Travel

Coastal Cities

Naples, Italy Best known as the birthplace of pizza and for the archeological sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum, Naples was an interesting historical stop. Chase and I decided to visit the ruins of Herculaneum, which much like Pompeii, was heavily damaged due to an eruption from Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. It was incredible to… Continue reading Coastal Cities

Florence, Italy

Travel Tips

Transportation around Florence is not all that necessary since everything is within a 15 minute walk, but occasionally it's nice to leave the inner city center and experience the surrounding cities. My first attempt at riding the city bus here in Florence: Called ATAF, each ticket only costs €1.20 and can take you as far as… Continue reading Travel Tips