Honestly, when we arrived in Verona I felt like this is where we were supposed to be. It's still a city, but it just felt so much more manageable than Rome—and so beautiful! Even better, I LOVE the apartment we rented. Bianca said it felt like the apartment in Roman Holiday (ironically enough we just left Rome), but it had cool wooden ceilings and just felt so Italian but warm and comfortable. Bianca has a loft bedroom, and we have two bathrooms—thank goodness!
Verona is crowded but I love the old buildings and architecture. Lots of awesome doors too (see below)! We walked around a bit this afternoon, did a little shopping (tons of shopping here), a little napping, then ate dinner at a Pizzeria (Bella Napoli) that was recommended to use by the guys who rented us the apartment. The pizza was good—we weren't that hungry so we shared a couple pizzas (although the server thought we were crazy for sharing).
|This is the drowning-in-tile picture (Bianca was actually on her knees as she tried to give Portia a piggyback ride).|
Door of the Day: