I’ve been dragging this trip for a long time, but I promise that this is the last post about it and also the last stop: Bologna. Bologna is a student city with many shopping opportunities and a very lively vibe. We didn’t do much more that shopping, eating and walking. The most interesting thing that I saw in Bologna was the Anatomical Theatre, the room that was used in teaching anatomy. Not the most welcoming and warm room I’ve been too, but fascinating none the less.
After this long series of posts, do you feel the need to visit Italy? Do you have any of the cities I visited in your bucket list?
Here are the rest of the cities I visited:
Milano (more photos, in the fog, Zaha’s store and yet again more photos)
Venice (too many canals, in the fog and in the mask shop)
Posted by Joanna on March 10, 2014
Posted by Joanna on March 6, 2014
This weekend was the annual dress-up carnival party of all the Greeks (and our non-Greek friends) that live in Trondheim. I had big plans for my costume. I wanted to dress up as Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland, but something went wrong with the make up and I gave up running out of time. I started the night being myself and left the party early the next morning around 5, drunk and dressed up as Hawaian sunshine (that’s what my friends said I looked like, no photos to prove it). However, I think a nice mask would have saved the date as it is the safest choise for a mysterious costume. I took these photos in a mask shop in Venice few months ago and regret so much not buying an intricate mask for myself. Next time… What did you dressed up as this weekend?
Posted by Joanna on March 4, 2014
Posted by Joanna on February 26, 2014