It’s True, I’m in Architecture School

And I spent a lot of time on this.

So be nice.

I also just got Pixelmator. So expect lots of light leaks.

Confoederatio Helvetica, Too Fast

You know, we spent a lot of time in some of the most amazing and beautiful places in Europe. But there was something too cool about Switzerland.It may have something to do with the scenery.Or that we were able to chill with friendly locals.Maybe it’s because you can go swimming in a cold lake on a hot summer day and be surrounded by huge snowy mountains. For some reason those mountains are blue in Luzern.

Wait, it’s actually because I got to drive in Switzerland. That makes sense.

So Much To Do

No time for words.

Retroactive Blogging and Getting Drenched in Milan

So, this tour ended up being pretty intense, and the lack of fast internet combined with my tiny, incapable computer meant blogging was more of a chore. So I’m going back to where I left off…in Milan.

I’m so sorry Jimen.

We were never supposed to see Milan. We were going to get off our train there and get on a bigger train 30 minutes later to Paris. But apparently our little train didn’t handle earthquakes too well and had to stop. Which meant we arrived in Milan a few hours late…

No big deal, transportation never worked for us so we were used to it.  We spent a few hours in an empty train station until we were able to find a train that left around 24 hours later and a hotel for the night.

A rather nice hotel at that.

So we spent the day in Milan, with zero planning ahead of time, and did quite well for ourselves. Even on such a dreary day.

Honestly, I don’t know what I’m saying, this happened months ago.

Blue Skies

At the Colosseum.

Oh Rome…

I just don’t know how I feel about you. You show me your amazing sights…

Then you blow dirt into my eyes so I cannot see.

…Whatever, I love you.

Goodbye Pienza

It’s really hard for me to explain this place. It’s almost like the Berrien Springs of Italy…Except for the amazing views.

I feel like I know every nook and cranny in this tiny town now. Which was getting a little annoying after spending a whole week here, but I really like this place. It’s nice to just slow down and take it easy. Just enjoy life.

This is what I needed after a busy semester.
But now it’s time to leave.

Hello Rome…