Let me tell you a little bit about my holidays in the last months.

I finally got the chance to visit Rome, amore! I can easily add it in the top of my favorites cities that I have visited to this point. It has such a lovely vibe! If you want to see great buildings, lovely people, taste an amazing food and drink the best prosecco…come here! I ‘ved planned before my schedule for 5 days, but who followed it?:) After reading a lot of articles about best places to visit Rome, I choose only a few: The Sistine Chapel, St. Peter’s Basilica, Collosseum, The Vittorio Emanuele II Monument, Borghese Gallery and a few small parcs. I am not the type of tourist that visits from the morning till night, because what kind of a holiday that would be? Waking up at 9 or 10 it’s perfect to fell rested all day, have a ristretto and visit at least one point that you desire. Getting to the food, I must share with you the good experiences that I had (the bad ones I’ll keep it to myself). One of the places where I had an orgasmic experience was at Osteria Circo. Very close to the colloseum, I had the warmest welcoming and for sure the best pasta and tiramisu that I’ve ever eaten.

Being a seaside lover, I had to take a bath on roman land. Ostia is at 40 km away from Rome, by car I got there really fast, also public transportation will take you from Rome to the seaside.  The water was a little cold, but I just jumped in it.After these few days in Italy I had another great trip to United Kingdom. After visiting 5 cities, I think…I wanna move here one day. Birmingham is my favorite, London it’s too crowded and the country side (Warwick, Leamington Spa, Bourton-on-the-Water) so beautiful, but a little too quiet. English people really look like they’re happy and organised. Loved the green that surrounds you in every city you go and the sunny days that I got for the entire staying.