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28 Feb | Jessica Fry | No Comments

Visions of Greece

  Just thought I should inform you all that I have spent the last two days watching a dvd entitled, “Visions of Greece” on repeat, packing and re-packing, and painting my nails a rather obnoxious color by OPI called, “It’s All Greek To Me.” All of which have lead me to be dreaming about my …

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27 Feb | Alexandra Lind | No Comments

Tomorrow is the day!

Hey everybody,   This is my first post to my blog that I will be updating throughout my semester in Greece! First, my name is Alexandra, but Alex for short. I am an international studies major with a European focus. I currently attend a small university in Michigan. This is my first time ever going …

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27 Feb | Jessica Fry | No Comments

Anxiously Awaiting Departure

I never really knew that one experience could hold so many different emotions. Here I am, two days away from my study abroad adventure, and it’s hard to pin point exactly what I’m feeling. I’m definitely excited. (I mean I’m about to spend three months on an incredibly beautiful Greek island and have it count …

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25 Feb | Tracy Silagi | No Comments

Paris: The land of sights, crepes, and kabobs

A month into my stay in Florence and i’m absolutely in love with this city. I found the cafes with the cheapest cappuccino (Only 1.20 euro at the cafe next to my apartment!) and the greatest paninos (I have to cross the river for that one-but so worth it), I can get to all of …

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21 Feb | Sydney Maltese | No Comments

Tuscania, “The Land Kissed by God”

Tuscania. Where to even begin? I had a feeling that I would really love Tuscania before I ever set foot here. Something about small-town Italy, situated neatly between farm-spotted hills and framed by mountains on the horizon seemed more than a little appealing to me. What I didn’t realize what that the sun and the …

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20 Feb | Tracy Silagi | No Comments

Lost in Florence and Loving It

Last week marked my second week of class at Lorenzo De Medici and my 2nd week getting lost. I had a feeling this would happen being that my sense of direction pretty much doesn’t exist, but I thought I would have adjusted by now. My first day of Italian I got so lost that I burst …

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