For some reason, I’ve been having a lot of problems posting YouTube videos on my WordPress blogs in the past few months. I don’t know what’s up – if someone could comment on this?
Anyways, my friend posted this up a few days ago, and it’s been bringing up my spirits for the last week. I can’t stop listening to it!!!! (It’s also what happens if you go to Black Acre Brewing’s website and click that you’re “under 21”!)
I’ll have continuations of my travel posts up soon! I started work last week and I’ve been running again, so between that and meeting up with friends I haven’t seen in a long time (more on this later as well =D) it’s been a bit insane!
Until next time, Cheers!
YESS – I’m finally returning to my second home – Denmark! It’s so strange to think that just about a year ago, I was leaving Denmark, wondering when the next time Iwould be back was. I was hoping to be able to make it this summer, and I actually did it! We had an awesome time just relaxing and chilling with people I met when I was here last year =D I’ve been so excited and I sound like an idiot just babbling on so I’m going to stop here – read on for more adventures and photos!
Unfortunately, our trip through Northern Italy was almost at an end =( However, we got to end it with two days of sightseeing and of coruse, SHOPPING, in Milano! Like I mentioned in one of my previous posts, the amazing thing about Italy is that every city is completely different than the previous one. In addition to some quick exploring and sightseeing, we met up with my good friend Stefano T!
Stefano and I enjoying some granitas in Sforza’s gardens! (Photo by Cat)
If you’ve heard me recount tales of my semester abroad, a name you may remember is Stefano, the craziest Italian of them all! He’s hilarious, an amazing chef (his pizza and coffee is to die for!), an incredibly good host, and just a total riot to hang out with! He’s also completely insane, but in a good way =D
In this portion of the trip, we explored the Emilia-Romagna region in Northern Italy! We met up with Andrea (a friend from when I studied abroad in Denmark) and his brother, and they took us on a gorgeous hike in the mountains!
Historical charm, delicious food, amazing architecture, and good company – who could ask for more?
Marcel/Fabio (he is having a slight identity crisis) enjoying the sun atop Pietra di Bismantova in his oversized Armani shades!
This is my new favorite quote: “L’amicizia si misura in metri di pizza” – friendship is measured in meters of pizza!
Keep reading for photos of awesome buildings and amazing food! =)