I did a quick blog post a few weeks ago about the Vatican City, but it was more about the Sistine Chapel and the St. Peter's Basilica. So for this post, it will be all about Vatican City - the little city surrounded by Rome. We all know the Vatican City as the country that … Continue reading Exploring the Vatican City
Milan is said to be the fashion capital of Italy. Perhaps, it’s also why it’s the most modern, expensive, and chic of them all. It was our last stop before going to Switzerland for Christmas, and it was also very chilly. We had two days to spend in Milan in which one day was for … Continue reading Milan, the Magnificent Duomo di Milano, and Other Interesting Places (7 Mins. Read)
Venice has a very unique charm. Personally, it’s a like a “Disneyland” for adults, except that the buildings were actually real and ancient. It’s different, lovely, intriguing, and strange at the same time. While they say that one can easily get lost in it while wandering along its many narrow streets, that’s actually the beauty … Continue reading One Day in Venezia (A picture-heavy 10 mins. read)
Let's do another church visit for today! Built in around 1477-1480, the Sistine Chapel was created as a special church for popes for important ceremonies, like the papal conclave. If you're a fan of Dan Brown's novels, you've probably read all about it in one of his best-selling books, Angels and Demons. Personally, I liked … Continue reading La Cappella Sistina (The Sistine Chapel)
Happy ONE YEAR to the blog! YEY! 🙂 Let's see, I now have about 66 followers and counting, with likers on the side. Thank you! You guys inspire me to make more creative posts. This is me at the Vatican with the St. Peter's Basilica in the background. I may be smiling here, but I'm … Continue reading Random Photo: St. Peter’s Basilica and a Happy Birthday to the Blog!