As some of you may know, I really love traveling. When I can, I like to go on adventures. These are usually with my family, but sometimes my friends and I explore different cities for the day, with the exception of the times we visited Costa Rica and Belgium. (If you want to read about Costa Rica, click here and if you want to read about Belgium, click here.) I've been lucky enough to visit Italy a couple of times, mainly Venice and Rome. I love Italy's atmosphere; I find it to be very happy and relaxed, especially in Summer, which is what inspired me to write this post.
The streets in Portofino
The Colosseum in Rome
Canals in Venice
The Leaning Tower of Pisa in Tuscany
The photo that I took does the actual sight no justice. It's beautiful and looks like it is about to fall any second, which is actually quite scary if you think about it while you stand underneath it. Inside there are loads of stairs and once inside the bell tower and looking down, you notice how tiny everything really is, as the tower is situated 56m above the ground.
Accommodation in Genova