I'm 33. I worked full time as secretary for my father's business till last year. Now, I'm working provisionally part-time in an Administration Condos Office, but still looking for a more stable employment.
I attended the Art History class at "La Sapienza University", although I had to give up the studies, Art is still one of my greatest loves! I'm interested in architecture and painting. I love the majesty of Classic Art, the excellence of Renaissance, the decorative richness Baroque and the creativity and personality expressed by Modern Art. I don't like so much Contemporary Art, but I really enjoy Street Art.
My love for Art is fully satisfied in Rome, I'm so lucky to live here! Walking around the city, you can admire a lot of charming views that you don't find anywhere else, or get into one of many churches which house inside amazing masterpieces! Contemplate works of Caravaggio, Michelangelo, Raffaello or Bernini totally free, it's something special! Rome offers so many interesting sights and you could discover a lovely little known place at anytime.
I love travelling, as soon as it's possible and my finances run to a holiday, I start looking for a cheap flight. The travel destination plays an important role, but at the end, what matters is the journey! I think travelling is both see and discover new places, but also a way to get know yourself… and what better way than interacting people, cultures and customs different from your own with?
I'm friendly and easygoing girl. I like going out to have fun with my friends; I love reading, cooking and listening music, especially the Indie rock, and I like going to gigs; I'm also a movies lover, my tastes range from Auteur film to Horror genre and as for the music, I'm very interested in Independent movie.
I speak English and a little bit of French. I've studied them at the high school, but I'd like to improve and I think hosting people from other countries is good way to practise!
See you soon in Rome! ;)