Our 4th day in Italy was spent in Florence (the first three were spent in Rome). We took an early train from Rome and got to the Tuscan capital way before noon. We only spent one night here but I really wish we had a longer stay. It’s not as crazy touristy and it’s just so picturesque.
You know that movie Under the Tuscan Sun with Diane Lane? Where her character went on vacation in Tuscany and just decided to impulsively buy a decrepit villa? I GET IT. It’s so freaking beautiful that I would consider buying a rotting villa to move here – never mind the fact that I don’t speak a lick of Italian.
In the words of the iconic and equally materialistic Carrie Bradshaw, “I couldn’t understand a word she was saying, but I felt I had in my possession all the Italian I’d ever need to know: Dolce, Dolce, Dolce.”
A photo diary from our trip to Italy last Fall where we spent the first three days in Rome!
A photo diary from our visit to the Dali museum and his home in Figueroas followed by a short trip to Costa Bravas. Pretty incredible! Ended our day eating mountains of sandwiches at 100 Montaditos.
Yes. We saw all of this in one day. I can’t believe it either.
This was one of my favorite days spent in Barcelona. It was insanely busy but I enjoyed it nonetheless. The only thing is that I wish we could have spent more time at Park Güell. That and have a bigger stomach so I could have gorged more at Quimet y Quimet.