Italy by the numbers

10 days
4 cities
12 additional towns
6 train rides
7 cups of gelato
800,000,000 calories in meals
11 major monuments and museums
3,000 churches
9,000 public squares
3 hour drive along the coast
40 minute gondola ride
700 photos
5 souvenirs
2 light sunburns
19 mosquito bites
1 life-changing phone call

I can’t wait to tell you guys more.

17 thoughts on “Italy by the numbers

  1. yogadog says:

    Only 7 cups of gelato in 10 days? You have a lot of self control. And a life changing phone call? Okay, you have my attention.

  2. kaye says:

    I am so glad that you had such a fulfilling and awesome trip, but possibly even more excited for you receiving such incredible information. No matter what it is, I am so excited for you. :-)

  3. Laura says:

    Love, love, love! I’m hoping to study abroad in Italy at some point, and this makes me even more excited! Can’t wait to hear about everything (including this mysterious phone call!) :D (Also, only 700 photos? My count would be in the thousands)

    • Kristan says:

      Laura-
      Italy is amazing and I’m sure you would love it. (Most artistic sorts would have a hard time not loving it, I think.) Do you know where or what you want to study there?

  4. Laura says:

    Right now I’m considering a program where we spend half a semester in Florence and half a semester in London studying art history, culture, and literature!

    • Kristan says:

      Juliann-
      I’m no expert, but if I can be of any help, please feel free to ask! I’m going to blog more about Italy in the next week or so, but basically we visited Rome, Florence, and Venice, along with a couple day trips (Amalfi Coast, Pompeii, hillside towns of Tuscany, Bologna).

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