Why? Because I quite like their songs and because I simply wanted to go on a concert. It was my first time going on a big stadium and One Direction felt like perfect choice for that. You may say this group is for teenagers, but I don’t care. I enjoy music and that’s it.
Back to Sunday, it was epic. The fact that it was a rainy day and they were playing on the open stadium, on stage with no roof above them, was very cool. I know performing is their job, but honestly I didn’t think they would go on in that storm, although they did seem to have so much fun jumping around in the rain. They made a good show with fireworks, good music and funny jokes. Even though I’m half deaf and voiceless right now from all the screaming, it was worth it!
Our start point is Trieste, where we start the travel to Torino, then continue to the sea in Genoa, then to the Pisa tower and to beloved Rome (I’m still in love with this city!). From Rome to sunny Florence and then Bologna and in the end colorful Venice, where we’ll end the trip. The thing that sparked the idea of this round trip is actually One Direction concert that’s happening today in Torino. Yes, you read correctly, we’re going to the One Direction concert, say whaat?!
Hopefully I’ll find a connection here and there to report and share, but if not, Instagram will most definitely be full of pretty pictures of our adventures! Gotta go now, be good, see ya!