I spent the weekend in Bologna, where my friend/former housemate Mela lives and studies now. Arrived on Friday afternoon, we walked around the center, wondered in three bookshops (where I found the Italian translation of Not that kind of girl by Lena Dunham), had a drink after dinner. Mela bring me to see what is probably her favorite place in the city, Piazza Santo Stefano o Piazza delle sette chiese (Square of the Seven Churches).
On Saturday we went to the Ikea because her housemate and her really needed few things and in the evening we went to eat a (very very good) pizza in a pub, where a bunch of different people who didn't know each other joined us.
Finally, on Sunday, after few hours of sleep, Mela and I had breakfast in the main street and walked a little more around the city before a plate of pasta and the train that bring me back home.
I didn't take many photos, in those three days, I didn't feel like it. Most of the following pics are taken with my phone, because even if I wasn't in the right mood and even if I don't love Bologna, it's a very beautiful city, with gorgeous corners and details that deserve to be noticed.
(not my beer, I don't drink alcohol)
Mela and her housemate live in this pretty tiny apartment close to the city center. The bulding is beautiful. The colors and the shapes. It seems more a set of a film than a real place.
Bye bye Bologna, see you soon.