Fall Break in Italy

I told myself that I wasn’t going to travel during the fall break this year, that I had just arrived in Budapest and I would spend some time really getting to know my new city.

But then, at the last-minute, I decided to go to Florence. It seems Italy’s magnetic pull on me is even stronger now that I’m in Europe, just an hour-long flight away.

I didn’t have much on the agenda other than visiting with Sophia and Lorenzo, drinking wine, eating good food, and having as much coffee as I could manage.

I spent my days wandering around Florence making sure everything was right where I left it (and for the most part it was) and visiting with friends around the city. The last day was a little jaunt to Siena where we spent the day exploring every nook and cranny of the Duomo.

It was lovely to be in a place that felt like home. Fingers crossed that next year I will triumphantly return with Italian passport in hand.

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4 Comments on “Fall Break in Italy

  1. Pingback: 10 Surprising Ways That Studying In Florence, Italy Will Change You | Living In Italy.Moving To Italy. Loving In Italy. Laughing In Italy.

  2. How fun! I love checking in to see what you’re up to. Have a wonderful Christmas.

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