Italy, land of pasta, pizza and gelato, and the place where I’ve been in the last couple of days. Dolce far niente with a glass of Labrusco or Malvasia. The perfect moment to sit quietly and enjoy every second of it. And I most definitely savored every moment I’ve spend in Parma and Rome.
As busy as I was with so much food and wine, I’ve managed to visit a little bit of both towns. A city break was all I needed to recharge my batteries.
Parma is a small city with beautiful, narrow streets, cozy places and lots of churches. It’s a picturesque town, full of friendly people and interesting places to see. On the other hand, Rome…is immense. Imbued with history at every step you take, it should definitely be on your bucket list if you haven’t already seen it. I loved Rome, especially at night when everything acquires a unique charm, and even the most trivial rock becomes special and intriguing. I can write a book about the beautiful Rome and Parma, but i think pictures are better. The saying:”A pictures is worth a thousands words” is so right so I will just show you a few photos.