Out of Bologna, Rome, and Florence, Florence stole my heart (although Bologna's ravioli stole my stomach). So, I give you a bit of Firenze. The view of Florence from Piazza Michelangelo. When the sun set everything about Florence looked beautiful and golden. A cute little shop we came across, while exploring. The view from Piazza Michelangelo before the sun went down. The Great Synagogue in Florence. Amazing street art.
Located in Gràcia of Barelona, Kibuka was everything we hoped it would be. We didn't expect it to be cheap by any means, but Nicole and I were willing to splurge because my taste buds were craving sushi. We spent about two hours trying to find a different place, a sushi buffet, but gave up in the end. We had help from locals and other students studying abroad, but the original destination was nowhere to be found. I wouldn't be surprised if it was some secret underground restaurant, or it
Here is a cute pictures of the menu. Deliciously cheap and everything is made by the owner, Agnola. We've become pretty good friends considering how often I frequent the place. The best mojitos in town, tostada with homemade jams, and they have guacamole. Can't get better than that. The toast comes with 4 different spreads; jam, butter, marmalade that tasted like oranges. You can put honey or olive oil on it. Did I mention the toast was topped with melted brie? The following is the only picture
We ventured into the third largest cathedral in the world, or one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. The intricate details speak for themselves. Top of La Giralda to see the best (I'm bias) city. Guess which city has a tower modeled after this one? (Answer: Chicago) The pictures behind the gates were how people learned Biblical stories (tad blurry). The top part of the cathedral, which actually made me dizzy. Gated off area for prayers on special occasions. This was created as an