My Thoughts on Orvieto

Orvieto has quickly become a home of sorts. (All leading back to my discussion on whether or not we can have multiple "homes." Conclusion: yes, yes we can.)

The smell of campfires all around, the pizza guy, Claudio who excitedly yells "CIAO!" as we walk by, and the caffe that has good wifi, even the cobblestone streets are getting to me. (Even if my heels will never forgive me...)

Every weekend since I've been in Italy has been spent away in bigger cities. This is the first weekend where we stayed put and it was great.

I don't know if I could have studied abroad in a bigger city. This small town, Italian life is far better suited to me.

(Even today we gave directions to some traveling Americans and it was the best.)

Basically, I love Orvieto.


Aspiring Kennedy said...

You know that you are on your way to becoming a local when you can give others directions! While large urban cities have their perks, there is something very nice about studying in a small Italian village. Glad you are enjoying your time!

Benlovesting said...

I like how your hair look in the photo!