Some of you may remember that during the summer, I spent almost two weeks visiting a few places in Europe. On my last day in Italy, I had the privilege to visit one of the most stunning places I had ever seen- Florence.
This city, the capital and heart of Tuscany, is considered to be the birthplace of the Renaissance. Respectively to that, everything about this city feels exciting. The overwhelming amount of tourists from all over the world, the food, the view, the architecture. I was in a complete 'awe' state as I strut around the streets taking an endless amount of photos and trying to comprehend the tremendous amount of history that this city holds.
Unfortunately, a single day in Florence is just not enough. I didn't have the time to see the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, or the Galleria degli Uffizi, but I managed to see some of the most breath-taking buildings, breath next some very very very luxurious boutiques and eat the most delicious ice cream I had ever tasted. I'm positive that this will not be my last time I set foot in Florence. Until then, I'll be daydreaming in class about extremely tasty pizza and a homework-free life.