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30 Sep | Ellza Hines | No Comments

The Magic that is Ireland

I’ve gotten a little carried away with the magic that is Ireland. I survived the first week of classes, which was a little confusing since I’m not used to the way they do things here but with many helpful advisors I’ve got my schedule and all the classes I needed. We take two lecture classes …

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30 Sep | Paige Caputo | No Comments

Amalfi Coast Weekend!

  Florence–>Sorrento–>Capri–> Positano–> Pompeii–> Mt. Vesuvius–>Florence!    Highlights: Blue Grotto, Pompeii, Hiking up Mt. Vesuvius volcano!  Important facts that everyone should know: * I overcame my fear of long and large amounts of public transportation *I overcame my fear of small places with big crowds *Slowly overcoming my fear of vomit.. one seasick person at a time….. *A …

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25 Sep | Gabrielle Gum | No Comments

Pompeii, Sorrento, Capri, oh my!

(**Beginning note: clicking on the underlined links will take you to videos that go along with the post if the videos do not automatically show up) I apologize for my delayed entry; it has been a busy week! This past weekend I went on my second trip through my school, Lorenzo de Medici. We started …

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25 Sep | Hanny | No Comments

What they don’t want you to know about Paros, pt. 1

Paros is a place that keeps people.   It is unclear whether this is purposeful, but the island that Athena prepared me for is not the island I live on. If they were truthful, most parents would not want their children to come.   Not because the island is bad- because it’s too good.   …

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23 Sep | Paige Caputo | No Comments

Weekend Fun in Florence!

Bar/ Clubbing  After going to dinner, which consisted of unlimited pasta, bruschetta, and wine,my roomates and I went to Uncle Jimmy’s bar, to have a few drinks prior to going to Space Night club, which is a popular club that both American exchange students and locals go to often.    We met a group of …

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23 Sep | Paige Caputo | No Comments

Wine tasting in Tuscany!

Montalcino, Sienna & San gimignano!  On Saturday,September 13, I woke up at 7:30 to catch the bus at 8, in which we took a 2 hour ride to Montalcino which is one of the biggest wine regions in Tuscany.We were told that we were going to be having 11 wines to taste this afternoon- it …

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