« and every night she would change herself, stay up late and grow deeper in love. She wanted to love it all, everything and everyone, and how ironic was it, she wanted to save the world, the same world who couldn’t even remember her name. » @rmdrk
Joining the crowd at Piazza del Campo in Siena, Italy 😀
🔍How would you spend a sunny day like this?
🌎 #TravelTip : If you are thinking of having lunch at a cafe near a tourist attraction like this piazza, you will definitely be paying a lot more .
1 way to see if you're in a touristy establishment : when there's a host outside the door asking you to come. Any Italian restaurant catering to locals won't have this
There are hidden charges such as table charge, charges for bread, antipasto, digestivo etc so make sure you read the fine print on the menu before you sit down at a table
If I want to enjoy lunch with a view, I would buy a big slice of pizza, sit myself down at the piazza to people watch then head on to the nearest gelato shop for my dessert ❤ @travelistajen
Probably the most famous balcony of the world literature 💙
It's said, that Julia lived in this house and waited for her Romeo at this balcony.
Der wohl berühmteste Balkon der Weltliteratur... Shakespeares Drama um Romeo und Julia soll sich ja in Verona abgespielt haben. Es heißt, dass Julia in diesem Haus gelebt und auf dem Balkon auf ihren Romeo gewartet hat.
Ob diese Casa di Giulietta wohl genau so frei erfunden ist, wie die ganze Geschichte!? 😉 Naja, Vorstellung ist jedenfalls trotzdem romantisch.
.....solch ein Schicksal gab es nirgendwo - wie das von Julia und ihrem Romeo....