Courtyard by Marriott Minneapolis St. Paul/Roseville
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... that I am too busy to even sleep, but... during my last week in Rome that was more true than ever. I think I averaged between 3.5 and 6 hours of sleep per night between Monday night and Friday night. I had a 2500 word essay to write, an oral exam in my Italian language class to study for and then 2 finals. We also had our last group dinner with our teachers and staff and then we threw our own last final group dinner the night before we all split. Instead ...
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... baby and then we’re having a cocktail party to see some of our Minneapolis friends.
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