|Top - Topshop, Jeans - Zara, Sandals - H&M, Bag - ASOS|
Final day in Rome, I spent four days there and in no way was that enough! I wish I could've had more time to explore and take in more of Italy (and the pizza). On the final day we had a gander at Via Del Corso and and visited Altare della Patria which was insane! The building was ridiculously beautiful and grand. Obviously Rome came to an end with a final supper of pizza, coffee and gelato. How could I not?
Rome VLOG coming soon!
posted on: Sunday, 17 August 2014
|Jumpsuit - Zara, Bag - ASOS, Sandals - H&M, Sunglasses - Illesteva Leonard Tortoise, Necklace - Topshop|
Do I look like someone who just got her phone stolen in these pictures? Well I am. This was the day someone very sneakily pulled my phone out of my bag at the Colosseum whilst I was engrossed in taking pictures. But, I didn't let that get me down, I continued with my day (after having a mini panic attack that is) and took in the beauty that was the Colosseum… and chanted "Are you not entertained?" more times than is acceptable. I apologise to all tourists on that day for my behaviour… but were you not entertained?! (Sorry, I had to)
Also, lets take a moment to appreciate Italian coffee together. *ahhhhh
posted on: Saturday, 16 August 2014
Technically day 2, but you know how it is on the day you land right? I was way too excited and engrossed in my gelato and pizza, I couldn't divert my attention to taking photos. I took a trip to Rome to celebrate my coming of age, the big 21 (Not as big of a deal when you actually reach it, leaving my teens felt more significant to me). On the day of my birthday,we visited Vatican City which was beyond belief. If you're into your architecture, and grand paintings it's a place that you cannot give a miss. I was in awe at every intricate detail on the walls, it is truly beautiful and really does require a lot of attention (something a good old fix of caffeine gave me). Vatican City was my favourite sight of the trip, I'm a sucker for bright grand architecture, from the marble floors to the beautifully painted dome ceilings, it's an absolute work of art.
Onto the important part of this post, no scratch that. Of the trip. Pizza. Pizza, pizza, pizza. My love, my life, "my precious" (Lord of the rings reference, hello!).Can it get any better than folded up take-a-way, golden melted cheesy goodness pizza?! *drools*. I need a fix now, any hot spots in London where I can pick me up one of these batboys?!
More Rome goodness coming your way.
Stay tuned folks