Embracing art and beauty

Hi beautiful friends,

What a sunny and beautiful day was today! After hundreds of days without sun, with tons of snow and ice (which don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love- but I also live in a big city and sooner or later, snow becomes a huge pile of mud), today was shiny and sunny and the temperature was around 10 degrees C. This meant that it was the best time to grab my animal print short dress with some high boots and a loose jacket, my boyfriend and my small bag and hit the road for some food.

We found a really nice spot in Carol park and I even convinced my bf to eat outside (that is f***ing huge). He loves spending time outside, but hates feeling just even a little bit chilly, unlike me. We had all our favorite foods and the smell of popcorn and children’s laughter filled the air, making the atmosphere so cozy and playful.

After that, we got into the car and headed towards the city center, to Odeon theatre where we had already bought tickets to Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Having arrived early we took advantage and strolled around “Calea Victoriei”.

Calea Victoriei is a fairly large boulevard that binds Piata Victoriei to Piata Unirii and is filled with beautiful buildings with amazing architecture, cafes and shops, a few luxury hotels and a few museums: the History Museum, The Art Museum and also the Romanian Atheneum (these are just a few). About this, later, when I’ll take you with me for this awesome walk- one of many, I hope. Anyways, the plan was to find a nice cafe shop and stop there until 19,00, when the play would’ve started. We changed our minds, seeing how peaceful it was and decided to walk from one end to the other.

Immediately after we parked, right in front of the History Museum and behind the amazing CEC building, I got a glimpse of the Moon and had to capture it.

When the night had already set in, Odeon theatre located also on Calea Victoriei, showed its face, beautifully lit.

The play was astonishing, truly. The cast was young and full of life, and the director did an amazing job at adapting the screenplay to these times, making it so much easier to “digest” and understand the plot.

My biggest surprise was when in the middle of the play, they moved us to a different room, to make it more realistic, by arranging the stage into the middle practically. So dynamic and breathtaking.

I truly recommend it!

When we arrived home, I made some pasta for us, using tuna, some peppers, garlic, a few cherry tomatoes and tomato sauce. I mixed them all nicely with some olive oil into the pan and afterwards with the penne, adding lots of mozzarella. Added some basil and chili flakes at the and and VOILÀ!

Blessed be these days, filled with art, in any form, serenity and love!

The rest is silence.



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    • nobaddays210 · March 19, 2019

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