Venice has been a constant inspiration to me throughout our entire trip. And I know I already shared with you about a hundred of photos, but it is just so hard to put everything in words when there is so much beauty and you want to capture it all.
I’m wearing: H&M Trend coat (or HERE)/ H&M Trend knit/ Mango skirt/ Mango boots/ Louis Vuitton bag/ Vintage hat
To visit Venice was always a dream of mine. I remember back in the time when I used to stay a lot on Tumblr, every time I stumbled across a photo of Venice or especially a photo of the emblematic “Bridge of Sighs”, I kept telling myself that this is the place I want to visit. But I could’ve never imagine that 6 years later, I would be shooting in the magically surrounds of that exact “Bridge of Sighs” in what seem to be the most perfect oversized camel coat I’ve ever owned and a Louis Vuitton twist bag.
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So it’s time to share our home away from home in Venice…JW Mariott was definitely a special one. As much as I loved Venice for the most beautiful light, impressive architecture and the water that takes your breath away, I have to admit the city is way too crowded. It is quite hard to fully enjoy the beauty of the city when you have to squeeze through dozens of tourists in order to get that perfect shot. But knowing that at the end of the day you are taken by the a boat charter to the private island of JW Marriott (Isola delle Rose – only a 15-minute boat ride from San Marco square) away from all the crowds and noise turns the whole experience of Venice to a totally different angle.
I’ve always wanted to go to Venice and now that I finally did, I can confirm – this city is a poetry. Aside from annoying crowds of tourist with selfie sticks, you really feel like you entered some kind of a magical world. The words just can’t describe it. Venice inspires you, enhances your senses and makes you dream.