On my trip to Rome last summer with some friends we took a day trip to the country within a city, Vatican City. Home to the Pope and the largest cathedral in the world (although it is the smallest country in the world).
Entering in to the main square at the front of St Paul’s Basilica it really is a sight to behold. The magnificent building encircled by a wall of pillars and statues. The main square was filled with seats as the pope does a speech every Wednesday- we went on the Tuesday to avoid loads of tourists.
Italy is a country that had always been on my bucket list. Why wouldn’t it be with the delicious food, amazing cities and the beautiful language. Rome was the top of my list and I was lucky enough to visit the city with my friends from home last summer.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
How is it 2016 already?!
2016 is going to be a big year for us in terms of travelling and life in general. Grace will be graduating from her final year in uni this summer and to celebrate we are planning an Interrail across Europe! So here are a few of the places we are most excited to visit on our journey.