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... the few who comes from a very small school. Everyone is excited to be here and is already planning traveling for the coming weeks, which gets me excited to see what all is to come this semester abroad.
This coming week will be a busy week as we have classes and my group will be completing the LIFE program. Many of us will be heading to Cinque Terre for the weekend which should be beautiful and a lot of fun!
... located, we had a view of the clock tower from our window! It was raining when we arrived, so we just hopped in to a place across the street, in the main piazza, for dinner. The dinner was good, just a little more expensive than what we were expecting. However, we were in a touristy piazza, so this is something to be expected. It rained pretty hard while we ate, but stopped so we were able to walk around. Verona has so ...
... for what it was). The buffet included salad with lettuce, tomato and dressing; peas and carrots; meat balls in gravy; rice; pasta (this was actually good!); vegetable soup; bread; and tiramisu for dessert. I skipped the tiramisu and bought a lemon gelato at the bar (which was very good!). There were people from other tour groups also at the buffet. We’re both a little worried that this will be the same menu we have tomorrow night at the included ...
... but there are many beautiful sites to see off the beaten path. I hope to show you more pics of those areas in the future. One of the highlights of my first trip was the famous Piazza San Marco, home to St. Mark's Basilica. Keeping watch over all from high above the square is the "Torre dell'Orologio," the watch tower. The area is steeped in history ...
... was paying off. We all went upstairs sat and another conversation started with four people who together knew less English than I knew Italian.
As I had been taught so many years ago, I sat. Mouth shut. Eyes and ears open. Carmen took out her book and started to take notes. I listened to the conversation, understanding a few words here and there, I heard Gianfranco talk about one of the few things I knew about the ...
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