The memory of my trip to Italy
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The memory of my trip to Italy

by Hirotaka G.

Venice, Italy

Venice, Italy

When I was a university freshman, I was going to travel abroad. There is a reason that I had not ever been to go abroad, even though I wanted to be a person who has a global point of view. "It is the time that I take a step for my dream! I have no choice, but to take action!", I thought.

First of all, I thought I must choose a destination of my first overseas travel. There are so many sites chosen for my trip---America, Chile, New Zealand, Australia, England, Turkey, and finally, Italy.

When I was a high school student, I was good at world history. Especially, I am interested in the medieval history of Europe, if anything, in Italy. There are a lot of attractive places and cultures ! The Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Venice, Milan---there are too many beautiful things! Therefore, I decided to go to Italy finally.

It goes without saying that my first overseas trip was very good! I toured around Rome, Naples, Venice, Milan, etc. The culture is so beautiful, people are so kind, foods are very delicious!! (but it costs lots of money for Italy :-) ) This trip is the most impressive experience in my memory of the first year of university.

So I recommend you go to Italy at least once!! "You have no choice, but to take action!!"

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