My Last Day :):

On my last day in Italy I got a chance to visit Firenze (Florence),Italy! Florence looks very similar to Rome only difference is it is a bit smaller and more quaint. Today in Firenze I did what I do in Roma basically tour, see sites, walk, and eat. Today I got a chance to have lunch with one of BETS’s Travelistas;  Andrea Adams.  Also Miss Stephanie joined. We had a Black girls in Italy day! lol



Michelangelo’s David


This statue of David is actually a replicate of the original one. It is placed in Piazza della Signoria. The original one is in Accademia Galleria in Florence.

The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore.


The church in the back is one of Italy’s largest. And also is the main church for Florence,Italy. It is known as the Duomo di Firenze.

The Arno River


The Arno River is the most important river of central Italy after the Tiber. The view is from Ponte Vecchio which is the oldest bridge in Florence.

Gold Jewlers on the bridge


Florence was very nice to see, another moment that will forever be engraved in my memory. I feel like that was a good place to end my just beginning journey.

As I am writing this so many thoughts are going through my head. I keep thinking about these next flights I will be getting on. Also thinking about seeing my family and friends. Lastly just thinking about how this trip will effect my future! I am so grateful that I got this opportunity and I couldn’t be anything but thankful for Fleace for giving me the opportunity to do this. So I just want to say THANK YOU SO SO MUCH Fleace you have taught me a lot and I know I will continue to grow and conquer the world with my exploration to come!



2 thoughts on “My Last Day :):”

  1. Safe travels back to the USA and your family. You will leave a fuller, more enriched person, with a broader view of the world as you have experienced it so far. You have made a friendship that will hopefully last a lifetime, and span the globe, even though you are worlds apart. I am sure you will miss each other.

    When you reach home, the journey is just beginning — your journey and transition into young womanhood. I hope this experience serves as a stepping stone to your ascent into greatness. And hey, if Fleace’s travels permit, maybe you can give her a whirlwind tour of HOT-lanta some day. : )

    Peace and Blessings . . .

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