I went on a journey – Part 4 (tiro finale)

Saturday 2am came and the answer was the obvious – walk around. We just randomly walked around for around an hour, at 2am in Bologna. It felt peaceful, few people still around sometimes. Basically nothing was working other than probably the hotels. And some machines. We saw a self-serving gas station, another cool thing I haven’t really seen in my country. A lot of the pictures I took ended up being blurry. I guess I don’t have the greatest...

I went on a journey – Part 3

Friday Didn’t sleep perfectly. Woke up earlyish, at like 5am. Felt something of a nausea, not ideal. Think I managed to sleep a bit more afterwards. The idea was to go to Turin’s Automobile Museum. And I wanted to buy tickets for that, since I assumed there would be long queues and I didn’t want to wait. We did that after some trial and error with the website, and we were ready to get there by11:30. I was spontaneously...

I went on a journey – Part 2

Thursday We slept well. Maybe even too well. We thought about waking up at 8:30 I think, but it was past 9 when I got up. My co-traveller found this piece of information, giving cause for concern about the need for a negative covid test before entering the venue. I spent my time in the buildup to these days searching for information and everything I’d possibly need to watch out for, but I haven’t found that document yet. Although...

I went on a journey – Part 1

Usually any Eurovision week is a time of huge excitement, good times and a lack of focus on anything else happening in life. This year’s contest was all that, but with the small extra detail to it – I was going to attend it live. For the first time in my life. Without going too much into the pre-contest excitement which I’ve touched upon here, I’m gonna write something about this year’s Eurovision week experience, because it’s definitely an...