The prettiest view of the Duomo! If you are looking for the most picturesque aperitivo spot, check out View on Art.
The famous pear ravioli from La Giostra! This dish is very unique and a must-try for anyone visiting Florence.
I went on a field trip with my art history class to Pitti Palace and found the fountain in the courtyard to be stunning. I loved the exhibit we visited and will definitely go back on my own to explore more of the palace as well as Boboli Gardens.
At the Santo Spirito Sunday market, I bought some cheese! The rinds were covered in flowers, making the cheese pretty to look at as well as taste delicious. I got the pink one!
My friends and I went on the CET trip to Rome which was so much fun! Here we are after tossing a coin in the Trevi Fountain to make a wish.
In my Food and Culture class, we did an EVOO tasting. It was interesting to taste the difference between the pure, high-quality oil and the bad quality oil. We ate the green apple pieces to cleanse our palettes.
My friends and I attended the cooking class organized by CET! We made a three-course meal, and my favorite dish to make was the fresh pasta. After a couple hours of cooking, we enjoyed every bite of the meal we cooked.
Sunny days in Florence are the best! My friend and I went for a pretty walk along the Arno one morning, stopping for brunch along the way.
This photo was taken at Palazzo Medici Riccardi, a Medici family palace in the heart of the city. I loved the intricate ceiling as well as the art on the walls. I visited this palace with my Medici history class.
Lastly, I climbed the Duomo, an organized CET excursion. This is the view from the top – it was stunning! I recommend going on a clear day, and be prepared to climb a lot of stairs.