by Matthew Wozny, Harvard University
When one studies abroad in Italy, one will inevitably travel. Several weeks ago I therefore did the inevitable and traveled with friends from Genoa to near-by Milan, where we spent the day. We arrived with a mission: tour museums, shop in the world’s fashion capital, and see the Duomo. We also arrived starving.
An Italian lunch was in order. We wandered through the center of city, compared menus, and soon found our restaurant: Ciardi, a student hotspot pizzeria-restaurant.