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Travel Blogs from Macerata
... Not having to decide if someone is yelling at me or just talking to me.
11. Toilet seats.
12. Normal levels of sanitation.
13. The pedestrian right-of-way.
14. Being able to look at a clock and seeing 2:30 instead of 14:30 and having to do the math.
15. A calm, or not so calm, sense of urgency.
16. American business hours!
... and don't really listen, I like the majority of my classes. There are on the other hand, about 3 classes I hate. No really, I hate them. I saw two kids playing a "game" where they literally stab each other with scissors until they bleed, kids throwing chairs, turning desks over, screaming, running around, and all without consequence. The teachers have zero control. I know they're just thinking, "sweet baby Jesus, I ...
... During my stay in Italy I had the option ,due to a supermarket nearby, to reconvert to my previous use of saturated fats. It was not even a challenge to keep on with my new found olive oil habits. With a few helpful hints on cooking from my professor my eyes were opened to a vast amount of new and easy to prepare meals. Perfect for the college student on the go. I have found that the foods I used to prepare in butter actually cook more true ...
... was a firm believer in this diet because she suffered from Diabetes and was able to reduce much of the inflammation she experienced while eating in the Mediterranean style. Since taking this class and learning of the benefits of adjusting some eating habits it really has not been a challenge to eat in accordance to this diet, now even more so easier since I live in the area that it originates from.
Easily the Diet can ...
... were disappointed that the service had no music at all. Still quite interesting.
The regional food fair was interesting too. Lots of cheese, meats, candies, and canned vegetables We found the Giant Olive booth to be funny as they were deep frying the giant olives stuffed with tuna in there.
Traveling to Sulmona tomorrow.
Rich & Kara