A major thing happened during first week of May! I went travelling! I did it! My anxiety was G-O-N-E! I am so proud of myself I can’t even tell. It would be such a shame to miss a city so bright and Italian as the romantic Verona! Literally, I could live there without a problem. You will see I am in love with Bella Italia.
What to do in Verona? As a hopeless romantic that watched too many Romeo & Juliet’s plays and movies my first stop would be Juliet’s house. I was impressed. Mouths opened I explored little messages to Juliet and wandered if this goes just the way it did on Letters to Juliet 🙂 Mi ha lasciato senza parole*. Juliet’s house was a property of The Cappelletti. The balcony, where Romeo promised the eternal love to his beloved one is still the same. I nearly cried (being a theatre lover). It’s a monument of love, full of love messages, love locks, gums and letters. Unmarried should touch Juliet’s boobie to receive happiness in love life (of course I did it!:)
I loved the vibe in the city. People are kind, there’s a LOT going on and just those little Italian streets make me fall in love with Italy again and again.
Have you ever been to Verona? Did you like it?