After the first cicchetti stop, we lost ourselves in the canals of Venice to find another. If you’re ever in Venice, lose yourself. I know a lot of people (most people) that think they’re going to hate Venice because it is so touristy, muggy, and hot- yet every single one of them leave in love with … Continue reading A Bumper-Boats-Meets-Lazy-River-Carnival-Ride
After waiting in line for almost 30 minutes, we headed into the atrium of the Clocktower, where we paid a certain number of euros to get into an elevator with 15 of our closest friends and ride to the top. How an elevator was installed into St. Mark’s Clocktower, built in the last decade of … Continue reading Golden Gates of Christianity
Two weeks ago I headed to the airport on a Friday morning and jetted off to see Justin in Venice. We’d planned this trip before we left, determined to see each other at least once while we were both in Europe, and since Venice is supposed to be sinking, it seemed like the perfect destination. … Continue reading Hello, Venezia!
I’m pretty bad at keeping up with this blog, and for many reasons, all inexcusable, except for the fact that it is my blog and if I don’t write, oh well. If I do, awesome. Reason Number One is that I just forget and don’t make the time to do so. Reason Number Two is … Continue reading Ryan Hess