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04 October 2016 @ 10:05 am
ask me anything meme - day 04 (oct 4th)  
Eric and I are still traveling North.
We've stopped for the night in Fayetteville, NC, and now we're going going out to explore and for some breakfast... I'm craving Krispy Kreme... That Offer on National Coffee Day definitely worked because I'm hooked up!
We've never stop here so I hope I'll find something pretty! :D

imagine_peace asked What is the best thing about living in Italy? What about the United States?

I was talking with Eric about it the other day (he loves Italy) and I was telling him how my leaving home (Italy) made me learn how to love it and miss it... but still, now I'd never being able to give up on the US . Every time I leave Florida I instantly miss it, and it happens the same when I'm leaving Italy too! So, a thing that I really like about both places is that they're able to make me feel home and I find myself missing them when I'm not there! I don't take either Country for granted!

The best thing about living in Italy is food! Sorry to be too obvious! And it's all about the quality, not the variety. Everything is good... and the coffee (but if you buy a Nespresso Coffee Maker you can have Italian Coffee at home too). I love the energy of Italians and they way they move. I like that are pretty straight forward, meaning: if I don't like you I'll let you know, while Americans are (from my experience) too nice and sometimes it comes out as fake. I like the fact that when I'm there I'm surrounded by History and Old Souls! Italy makes me feel good about being who I am, and it gives me an heaviness that I like to have in me.

The best thing about living in America is the variety. You can find everything you can possibly think about! Everything is vast and new! I love the sense of unlimited possibilities! America makes me want to be better and expand my horizons. Makes me feel like everything is possible and lifts my spirit! Also FREE WIFI EVERYWHERE! That's the best thing! Restaurants are open all day (if you want to eat at 3 pm in Italy you probably won't find any restaurant open) as well as shops! If I'm low on milk I can go to CVS even in the middle of the night! That's handy!

So, in a few words: Together, this Countries make me whole! That's the thing I love the most!!!
Current Location: Fayetteville, NC
Current Mood: nerdynerdy
Current Music: Sleeping at Last - Earth

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Ery-chanerychan86 on October 4th, 2016 07:30 pm (UTC)
Free Wifi is so great! They should have it everywhere! If you are a tourist in America and you need an uber or just need to find out where to go, and you don;t have a phone plan, you just have to step into a starbucks and you know you're going to be fine!

In Italy it's impossible to find free wifi, so if you are in troubles you are fuc*ed! Free WiFi is good for business, it makes more people come to your restaurant and it doesn't cost to much to the owner of the business!

I worked as manager in a restaurant in Italy a for a while, and in a part of the city where there were a lot of foreigners, and I hated having to send them away explaining that the kitchen was about to close for the afternoon!

When I came back to Italy last time I went out in the afternoon for some hopping and I found the stores closed (I totally forgot about that after 6 months in the States) and I was so upset! I can only imagine how I would feel if I wanted to eat something at 3 pm and the restaurant was closed for a siesta! AWFUL!