Follow the Lights.

The best thing about being in a major city is that during the night if you get bored, or can’t sleep, you can just wander. I wouldn’t recommend strolling by yourself at 11pm, but going to find things when the city is quiet may be one of the best ways to experience it all; especially in Rome, there are just so many hidden gems to stumble upon. Read More

First Week: January 9th through 14th

Rome is beautiful. I’m not entirely sure what I expected Roman centurions everywhere, but I am blown away by how spectacular everything is. The city is an interesting take on both old and new. You turn a corner and BAM ruins, or a gelateria. Either way, you can experience it all without having to go too far.

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To Rome and the Unexpected.

If you had asked me yesterday about how excited I was to be living, and studying, in Rome for four months, I would have told you what you wanted to hear; that I’m excited and can’t wait to eat my body weight in gelato. In reality I was really thinking something like this:

I’m terrified and I want to punch myself in the face.

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