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Piazza Navona, Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II, Roma Basilica di Santa Maria in AraCoeli, Isola, The Pantheon,  Traian Column, Quirinale,  Marcello Theater are few of the places that made my third day in Rome, therefore I discovered more of Rome.

I must say that Monumento a Vittorio Emanuele II and The Pantheon were two of the most outstanding tourist attractions that definitely caught my eyes. A vaporous orange-ish playsuit from H&M  gave me the energy to conquer Rome. Let’s discover more of Rome with the following photos!

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One month ago, I have been asked by my parents whether to go with them or not to Montenegro. My answer was a precise refusal, but I finally accepted, as my friends were clueless about summer 2014. In fact, my parents’ offer seemed to be more generous, when I saw that amazing rented flat from www.booking.com at Podmaine Suites. Of course that we couldn’t miss some adventures on the way such as additional km, dead GPRS, hunger, anger, tiredness and the list can go on. After surviving a 28 hours road trip with endless curves and breathtaking landscapes, I fell immediately asleep in my huge bed. The flat is much more than what we actually need, because it has 2 bedrooms, one big living room, 3 balconies, 1  bathroom, 1 kitchen and a pool, as the cherry on the cake.

We were so lazy and exhausted that we slept until the late morning, so the beach day has been sacrificed a bit. Spending 5 hours on the beach, exhausted us so we went back to have dinner and prepare to explore the nightlife.

Check out daily my blog or my Instagram, because I want to enrich you with valuable info about this pleasant place and its surroundings. I am already in love with Stari Grad, which is the Old Town from Budva.

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After 2 hours and a half on the plane, we bought a bus return ticket (€15.00  for a single and  €25.00  for a return) to Estació del Nord, which takes one hour and a half. No one was waiting us nowhere, so we had to figure out how to get to our accomodation and find a supermarket to buy Sangria and some snacks in the middle of the night. The apartment was situated within 30 minutes walking on Carrer de Cassanova, near Plaza Universidad, but it was the first time for us so we met few challenges: tiredness, hunger and ‘naughty’ key entrance. I still can’t believe how patient  were the boys in trying the key on and on for more than one hour. That wasn’t the biggest challenge of the night because the block was numbered in a Spanish way, so the devil was in the detail in finding the right floor.  When we opened the door, we were deliriously happy about the friendly apartment, because the vintage furniture matched perfect the other modern furniture pieces. Of course that we had taken a shower before everyone felt like home, played UNO, established the plan for tomorrow and drunk some wine. That took some time, so at 4 o’clock Read more

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I’m in love with narrow streets, where you can get lost and take awesome photos. I’m suppose that a street like that, has an amazing history with many memories. It’s noisy, crowded and there are many people, who are rushing to be on time at work either you can find confused tourists, who are trying to find their way back, as I usually am. At the beginning of the day, we had decided to go to Waterloopleinmarkt, Museumplein, where you can find the Amsterdam letters and Rijksmuseum and Vondel Park . Of course, that we couldn’t face the cold weather , so we snugged  in an Italian restaurant. Then, the group had to divide, but I took on the off chance with my friend a tram to an unknown destination. We just wanted to warm our hands. Read more