5 Reasons to Move to Rome:

1. Italian Food:

Over anything else, real Italian food, forget about the taste of the pastas at olive garden and start indulging into real melanzana (Eggplant) lasagna like the one my host mom made for me or like many of the AMAZING pizzas and pasta I have tried here.

2. Your Hair Will Grow Faster:
I don’t know exactly if maybe me wanting for my hair to grow faster made me realize this or, maybe is not true but, Since I moved to rome (1 month ago) I have feeling my hair is growing way faster than when I was living in the USA and it made me think of that it might be something in the water. Also made me realize about that most boys here are kinda hairy….. AHHH YES ITALIAN MEN.

3. Gli Italiani:

I have to admit I could write a whole blog post about this… but to keep it short, in Italy i have seen soooooooo many types of beautiful people walking around the street all the time!!!!!!!! When @marianodivaio is not giving me a heart attack, I see the campaigns for @dolceandgabbana with @biancabalti And then I literally die. Another reason that made me think there something in the water in Italy, because almost everyone looks so gorgeous. Walking around the street in rome, or screaming at each other in their super small cars, or just smoking a cigarette and drinking a caffe, In rome you will find my favorite creature. The bearded italian men..

4. History of the city:

There a feeling that encapsulates the whole city of rome that feels like something familiar but extremently old and important. I’m a sucker for romance and traditional places, and Rome is asgood as it gets, particularly when you throw in Italian Food

5.There is Definitely Something in the Water:

It doesn’t matter if you believe on my personal theory that the water in Italy its different or not, (but after the recommended nine to 16 cups of H2O each adult needs) I invite you to take water it down and understand that Roughly 60 percent of the body is made of water. Drinking enough H2O maintains the body’s fluid balance, which helps transport nutrients in the body, regulate body temperature, digest food, and more. Specially on those hot sunny days we have in Rome now.

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