Before coming to Europe, I promised myself I would travel alone at least once. Being in Milan with my second week of Spring Break starting, I decided I could escape the city for a day and cross off my bucket list task of traveling alone. I started off the day on a solo trip, and arrived when the city hadn’t quite woken up yet. To entertain myself, I decided to walk for 2 hours to a small town with a beach because I didn’t have anything else to do that early in the morning!
I enjoyed people watching and reading a book, but it did get a bit lonely. Thankfully, my friends decided to meet me on the coast and my solo trip was transformed into an only -slightly- solo trip.
I enjoyed getting out of the city for a bit and had the most amazing marocchino and brioche in a part of Genova called Boccadasse.