Happy New Year! I wish you a year full of new experiences, love, laughter and may your dreams keep coming true!
I’ve had a great last day of 2019 which I started with a good workout to keep my promise to myself to exercise more regularly in 2020! And then, my day was filled with joy and laughter and lots of food with my loves ones. I’m so ready for 2020!
Now, while having my super late breakfast, I decided to share some memories on my girls’ trip we’ve had to Milan some winters back to celebrate the New Year. If you don’t mind the weather, I thought, it would give you some inspiration where to spend your winter holidays or maybe even plan the trip for the next holiday season (I know, I know, in a year.. :)).
We’ve booked tickets, rented an apartment via Airbnb, made a plan – and here we go!
On the first day, we visited Verona, a romantic city of Romeo and Juliet. As a first stop, we went to see the famous Juliet’s balcony, as seen below, and I found a great article via Culture trip that you may read in case you’d like to learn more about it – Juliet’s balcony.
Later, we enjoyed walking, I believe the views speak for themselves:
In the next few days, we’ve managed to go to Lake Como, which was stunning! We enjoyed a lunch with a view and spent time in this beautiful nature:
Funny enough, we didn’t have much time to see the city itself, but we did enjoy walks in Milan and delicious food. I didn’t take pictures of the food, but I can assure you there are many good spots to visit and enjoy a meal:
On the last day before going to the airport, we visited Bergamo city, because it’s the city where our airport was – and we were so pleasantly surprised and happy that we decided to see this city! Somehow I felt we had too little time to explore it, because it is so beautiful! So if you ever travel to Bergamo airport, don’t miss to visit a rare beauty Bergamo!
I am so thankful for the opportunity to be able to travel and see this amazing world we live in! I wish you all to create new unforgettable memories in new places this year!
With love, Loreta