I apologize for the lack of posts lately – I definitely expected to be posting constantly, but (obviously) that hasn’t been the case. Italy is so overwhelming that I’ve passed out the second I got back to my room every single night. Not exactly blog-friendly.
Plus the places I’ve been are so different and beautiful that every corner, sight & meal deserve their own post. It’s impossible to describe anything without a decent post and a slew of photos – and even that is tough to explain or capture.
I’m trying to cram in as much as possible into my last few days in Prague (wah), so I probably won’t crank out any posts till the weekend. But stay tuned! I am beyond excited to share everything with you 🙂
Here’s a few snapshots from our time in Milan (or Milano, as it’s called in Italian). The gigantic solid white marble duomo and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, one of the world’s oldest malls are two of many sights to see.
We wandered around thousand year old streets and stumbled upon a gorgeous park and small castle, manicured parks and wonderful food.
Much like Paris, every single building – from banks and shops to central landmarks – is immaculate. It was built from the ground up to be a city of endless beauty.
Enjoy the photos and happy travels!