Un altro passo, un nuovo domani

I am leaving Portland, Oregon in 20 days to permanently move back to Europe! On September 1st I am departing to head East. First a stop in Boston to visit friends for a week. The second week I am going to be in London for interviews and exploring and acclimating. Then, after two weeks in Italy to visit family, I will move to London on October 1st.

I will miss Portland, I will really miss the boundless landscapes and natural landscapes.

But I am extremely excited to be closer to my brother, my family and to be back to Europe! London is a magical and varied city, both huge but also human scale. I am looking forward to exploring the hidden corners and stuck-in-time houses, cemeteries, bridges and parks.

I am also interested in any suggestions about living in the city, exploring it, keeping entertained. I am curious to know your opinion on which are the best small museums and parks, as well as best day trips in and outside the city. I want to know the best gyms and swimming pools.

Let me know what you think!

Un altro passo, un nuovo domani. Another step, a new tomorrow.

The Alaska landscape is something very uncommon and majestic for someone who grew up in southern Europe, Italy in my case. The landscape of the (Pacific) North West of the United States are very different from what I was used to, I've always loved the American landscapes and Natural wonders, but now I love them even more. I will miss these spectacular, pristine spaces!

The Alaska landscape is something very uncommon and majestic for someone who grew up in southern Europe, Italy in my case. The landscape of the (Pacific) North West of the United States are very different from what I was used to, I've always loved the American landscapes and Natural wonders, but now I love them even more. I will miss these spectacular, pristine spaces!