Verona, Juliet and tramezzini
Instagram pictures all taken by me, today 1st of April 2012
Today I did a super fast trip to Verona to follow a seminary, held by one of my professors from London College of Fashion who was in that city for a couple of days. I woke up ridiculously early this morning – actually, it was still night – but it was definitely worth it – for both the seminary and the city, I loved it immediately. I wanted to travel without heavy stuff, so no camera, just Instagram pictures this time.
walls of Juliet’s house, all written down with love sentences
the wall of the locks – lovers hang up em here so their love will never die, according to the legend
Juliet’s mailbox! people still write to her their lovesickness, fears and hopes
Piazza Erbe #1
Piazza Erbe #2
Piazza Erbe #3
Venetian masks for Carnival
love is all around
winged lion of Saint Mark
I haven’t had time for a proper lunch – but I had a spritz with a couple of tramezzini (sandwiches) which in Veneto region are amazing and oh-so-cheap (not more than 1,50 euros each!) – in Milan you have to spend at least five euros for a tramezzino that is less than a half good. I ate one made with ham, cheese and rocket mayo, by the way. Delicious!