I often think about life in big cities: always on the run, traffic stacks, different nationalities, high concentration of restaurants with every kitchen you can think of and boutiques at every corner. In my life, I lived and traveled for work or study in cities like Bucharest for a bachelor’s degree, shortly after New York on the “work and travel USA” program for almost six months, then followed Turin, Moscow, and more recent Milan. Now that I’ve got married and moved to a rural area near Milan, I admit that sometimes I miss the atmosphere and energy of a big metropolis and with great pleasure return time by time for business purposes or shopping.

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