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29 Sep | Iris Jackson | No Comments

September 29, 2011: Tour of Italy

{module Iris Jackson Blog 3} This was my last week in Tuscania. This past weekend we the school provided a guided nature walk or you could go to the local market that is here on Fridays. I went to the market to get good deals on souvenirs for my friends and family. We all went …

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25 Sep | Brittany Reed | No Comments

Tourist for a Day | Florence, Italy

11:18pm {module Brittany Reed September, 2011} So I have been meaning to do this for a while but have been trying to avoid it until now. You see I pass this absolutely beautiful places everyday on my way to classes but taking pictures of them would make me stick out as a tourist and up …

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24 Sep | Brittany Reed | No Comments

The Rolling Hills of Tuscany | Florence, Italy

9:05pm Today was brilliant! After hanging out with our new Italian friends last night my roommate Jessica and I met up with some of our friends from school to go to Cortona for the day. Many of you may know Cortona because this is where the story that inspired the book/movie Under the Tuscan Sun. …

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22 Sep | Brittany Reed | No Comments

I’m Never Leaving…You Can’t Make Me! | Florence, Italy

{module Florence Fall 2011 Blog} 1:00pm I have begun writing this blog about 3 times but have been really busy (a.k.a. procrastinating) lately that I have not had time to finish it. So here it goes…my weekend!! This past weekend I went with the school on the Capri, Pompeii and Sorrento trip. It was so …

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19 Sep | Lynne Stanko | No Comments

September 19, 2011: Paros

{module Lynne Stanko September 19, 2011} It’s incredible to think that I’ve only been in Greece for 11 days. As soon as I landed on Paros two Saturdays ago, I immediately felt at home. Since then I’ve not felt a shred of homesickness, anxiety, or regret. And this is coming from a severe homebody! I …

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16 Sep | Brittany Reed | No Comments

Becoming a Florentine | Florence, Italy

3:15pm Although the honeymoon phase is beginning to wear off and the reality of classes is beginning to set in I am still finding myself able to enjoy much of this city. I absolutely love my classes so that makes it easier but some of my art class, especially my landscape and architecture photography class …

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