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... br> I am on page 4 of my essay and i only have one more page to go with three-ish days to do that and the presentation for it. then i am studying my butt off for the finals. i have compiled an Italian study guide already so that is helpful at least.
i am working on a draft of my CJ essay for this week so it can be done in advance in case she makes us do it in class again. ...
... they even had fragments from cups for mass. They demonstrated the way in which the baptistery actually got the water too, by using this complex hydraulic system so the water was always fresh.
When we came back up from this a mass was going on and we realized why the areas had been closed off earlier.
Then we walked around for a while until our backs hurt to much and we had to sit and find a bathroom. So all ...
... Letters to Juliet was not at all set in Verona. Then I, being directionally challenged, went the total opposite way of everything and got us to castle vecchio and then I realized I forgot to give my letter to Juliet and made Sara rush back because i was ***** to put it in the mail box. Then we got lunch at one of the German places (goulash) which was amazinnggg and we got chocolate covered fruit at a stand near by - Sara ...
... houses from the outside very colorful. It just gives such a nice feeling to the city. Of course there was a dome, and it was pretty, but only from the one side. Because in history once they didn't belong to Italy. So they built their dome in a way, that when the italians come from the south they would see some beautiful, marvelous building. Later when the town got more important for the catholic church, meaning the ...
"Two households, both alike in dignity
In fair Verona, where we lay our scene
From ancient grudge break to new mutiny
Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean.
From forth the fatal loins of these two foes
A pair of star-cross'd lovers take their life
Whose misadventured piteous overthrows
Do with their death bury their parents' strife."
Sound familiar? Those would be the opening lines of good ol' Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. For ...