Posts Tagged ‘italy’
Buona sera my dears!! This is Miss Miranda writing for you from Milano tonight!
Well… This morning I left Macerata after all, and I felt a bit sad at the moment but then I realised that there are so many things to happen during next months that now I’m just getting ready for the new experiences! The countdown has already started and there’re only 14 days left to be in Stockholm with Miss Lopez and Miss Barcelona!!!! Great!
This afternoon I went to have lunch in San Marino with my parents. I don’t like that place too much but the views are amazing! (Yes, the pictures are in my camera so I’ll upload them soon!! I promise!!) Then we finally drove direction to Milano and we arrived in the late evening so we could just have dinner close to the Duomo, in Galleria Vittorio Emmanuele II in a pretty cool place
Now in the hotel I just want to take a shower and get ready for another tourist day in Milano before going back home to A Coruña, Spain…
More pictures coming soon
Buona sera a tutti! Miss Miranda is finally back to Macerata, Italy but only for two days…
Today I left Rome to get to the Adriatic seaside of Italy, visiting Pescara, San Benedetto and finally Macerata. Now I just need to finish packing everything and get the sheets for the University ready before leaving Italy…
I don’t want to be sad during these two days so for tomorrow my plan will be going to the secretary of the University and after that directly to the Prada outlet in Sant’Elpidio A Mare, here very close to Macerata!!! Cool!!!!!
By the way I think that I’ll go to Loreto as well to say good-bye to that beautiful church, maybe my favourite here in Italy! You should visit it when you come to Italy!
I can’t help thinking about going to Stockholm!! I so excited about that!! Working with Miss Lopez during the summer is going to be really cool!! Viva women business and Feelgood Womanhood!!!
More pictures tomorrow
Buon Giorno a tutti!
Today is a great day in Italy because here we are celebrating the 150 anniversary of Italy’s unity, so if you see the italians celebrating today this is the reason, even if not all the italians wants unity.
Under the progressive, liberal leadership of Camillo Benso, conte di Cavour, Sardinia led Italy to final unification. In 1859, after gaining the support of France and England, Cavour, in alliance with the French emperor Napoleon III, seized Lombardy, and in 1860 all of Italy north of the Papal States, except Venetia, was added to Sardinia. Giuseppe Garibaldi, a popular hero and guerrilla leader, led an expedition of 1,000 “Red Shirts” to Sicily in the same year and subsequently seized the southern part of peninsular Italy, which with Sicily constituted the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies. Garibaldi turned his conquests over to Victor Emmanuel, and in 1861 the Kingdom of Italy was proclaimed. Only Venetia and Rome were not included in the new state (the former was added in 1866 and the latter in 1870). Italians at last had their own country.
Lots of exhibitions, events, lessons and many kinds of initiatives are already ongoing for a few days, in some cases also for months, dedicated to patriotism and to Risorgimento, a whole Italian riot movement against foreign oppressors and against devided Italian States for the unification of the country.
Following the official schedule, many museums will keep their doors open for the whole duration of the event as for lot of shops and pubs, and each city that decide to join will organize concerts, lectures and displays indipendently one from another, so if you’re in Italy or in any little Italy do not forget to ask about the special events.
Ciao Ciao and Congratulazioni Italia, Congratulations Italy and keep united and fellgood womanhood!!
Hello! Today I am very happy to introduce you an old friend of mine from A Coruña, Galicia in Spain. Another blogger from Galicia! We were almost kids when we first met and many things happened to us after all this time. I, Miss Lopez moved to Sweden after living in UK and being almost around the world and she, Marisa Perez, a Venezuelan+Spanish+Galician beauty moved to Rome were she lives now: Ladies and Gentlemen: my Dear Miss Marisa!
Here come her own words!
” New kid on the blog
My name is Miss Marisa and I’m a new blogger on Miss Lopez great blog.
I’ve met Miss Lopez in La Coruña city.
I was born in Caracas Venezuela and then moved to my parents city where I grow up and from there I began to move all around Spain, England and Italy and at the end I’ve arrived in Rome where I actually live: my mind is a beautiful cultural ‘melting pot’ where I still have a lot of room for the good things life will bring to me.
I have studied at university here in Roma at La Sapienza University and I have a degree in communication sciences. I love cinema, fashion, music, travelling, information, communication, reading, dancing and all the things that make all of us more relaxed, more informed, more prepared, ready to face anything.
On my posts we are going to listen and see expert people from Ted conference informing us about the new future challenges and explain us the revolutions we need. I find them absolutely inspiring and interesting and I hope you like them too.
I have also a lot of travel surprises, we will explore some multimedia works like short films, pictures, events and any interesting thing I find for you.
Great, isn´t it? Miss Lopez back to you now after Miss Marisa´s words. She will be back soon!
So coool with old friends coming back to you! The revolutions we need! Viva Women´s revolution and Feelgood!
Buenas noches amigos!
This is blogger Victoria Gomez writing here once more, presenting to you the second Woman of Day on Miss Lopez, Miss Miranda. I thought that since there are currently 2 guest bloggers at Miss Lopez, it would only be more than appropriate to present each one and find out why they fell for the concept of Feelgood Womanhood. In short, I want to know: what makes the guest bloggers Woman of Day on Miss Lopez?
So without further ado, here comes my interview with Miss Miranda; blogger, fashionista, stylist and gorgeous girl from Spain that now lives in Italy.
Welcome Miss Miranda! You are the newest recruitment to the phenomenon of Miss Lopez and as such I would like to ask you in behalf of all of our new readers: Who is Miss Miranda?
-Thank you Victoria. I am a student of journalism that loves fashion, travelling and meeting new people. However, since I was ten I have always dreamed about becoming a fashion journalist and working in an editorial. Right now I am pursuing that very dream while studying in Italy, and I look forward to behold what the future has planned ahead for me. I also love dancing very much and have been dancing ballet for more than 16 years so now. Perhaps that is why I love high heels so much;)
Multi-talented and agile! Tell us, how did you first come in contact with Miss Lopez and what about it appealed to you?
-Miss Lopez is a blog that I had followed for a long time before I decided to contact Isabel. The blog offers their readers everything from fashion and Feelgood inspiration to lifestyle and shopping advice, and I really became appealed by its diversity and way to reach women and men of all ages and backgrounds. Also, it is fun to follow Miss Lopez on all her adventures in Sweden. What a business women she is! Furthermore, I think that collaborating with Miss Lopez is going to give me a lot of experience for my studies and also a chance to meet new people and maybe visit Sweden again!
Describe yourself in three words…
Miss Lopez came up with the concept of Feelgood Womanhood as a way to inspire others, so while on the same note: What does Feelgood Womanhood mean to you?
- Well, Feelgood Womanhood is like you said really a concept that emphasizes the important of women taking care of themselves, and of inspiring one another. Nowadays every woman is trying to take the future into her own hands, and in that sense traditions are changing. So I just think that with the help of Feelgood Womanhood we should all support each other in every single step that we take in our careers. United together we can achieve more things than on our own! Viva Feelgood Womanhood!
So strong and independent! Do you have any female role models then? If so, who are they and how have they inspired you?
-Oh, every woman is capable of inspiring me. The most important role model for me right now though is my mother, who has faced many hardships previously and put an enormous effort to be where she is today. Her amazing strength is a fountain of inspiration that fills me with awe every day, even if she is in my home city in Spain, La Coruña, and I am here in Italy. I know that she is always doing her best for me and that to me is true Feelgood power and autonomy. Furthermore, there is another woman that has always inspired me. Ever since I was 9 I used to love singing and the very first singer that I can remember was her, the wonderful and magical Alicia Keys. Nowadays she is an amazing and powerful woman who has escaped from the fears of her neighborhood and found herself in and with the help of music, which to me marks the true essence of a famous heroine.
How is Miss Miranda connected to the “Latin” touch?
- As a Spanish girl, I feel and see the “Latin” touch everywhere and in everything from food to fashion. So no matter where I am or what I am doing, I always feel that special touch in my life, something I like to share with the world and all of you Miss Lopez readers out there! Viva Miss Lopez!
Final question: What can we expect from Miss Miranda in the future on Miss Lopez?
-Miss Miranda is going to show you the real life in Italy, with all of its good and the bad sides (more good of course). I will also try to bring to the blog the best that I know about fashion and style; uploading posts everyday to make you feel better and to let you know what is actually taking place over here. Currently, I am planning a lot of trips around Italy and Europe for this year, so with some luck maybe I might show up in a town near you soon!;) In any case I am looking forward to blogging loads more on Miss Lopez this spring. Hopefully, I will bring a new context to Miss Lopez and its readers!;)
Anything else you would like to add?
-Viva Miss Lopez, Feelgood Womanhood and Fashion!:-)