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Travel Blogs from Colwyn Bay
... of all the moisture in my lungs.
I went to the grocery store right away to get my prescription. It was funny
because I picked it up and lingered a bit, unsure if I was suppose to pay for
it or not.
The next day I suffered through classes in sort of a fog,
just everything hurt and I was even sicker. Arthurian class was suppose to be
the last one for the semester but our professor asked if we wanted to extend
... met up with some of his friends but lost them later in the night. Ended up going to Peep for some dancing and then later just chilled at his place eating chips and drinking tea. Was a fun night! Saturday I went to Conway Castle with Jacob as part of this postgraduate trip for St. David’s Day, the castle was free. Explored the castle and walked up the narrowest stairs over to the top of one of the towers, I was a bit terrified of the small, dark, and narrow stairs…and ...
... might not survive reading this book until the end.
Continuing on, also had history on Thursday. I realized the other day I am absolutely fascinated about medieval religion, especially since I keep picking topics that deal with it. This week we discussed Christina of Markyate and Hidegard of Bingen and I found I was just really interested and excited about the topic, I even did a few extra readings just because I didn’t want to stop learning the ...
... image she had shown her undergraduates. That class is so intense, the professor just seems to know everything and sometimes you just have to nod your head as if you too know the entire lineage of this one monarch. Later that night I went to another music performance, this time Franz Schubert’s Sonata yn A leiaf and the opera Die Schone Mullerin. Jacob tagged along this time and helped speculate over the painting in Powis (Thanks for the link last week Dr. ...
... Schuman Toccata Op 7, and Mussorgsky Picture at an Exhibition, performed by Freddy Kempf. It was fantastic and I don’t think I have ever seen someone play with such emotion, a few times (since I was in the front row!) I saw him tear up and he would pound on the keys so hard I thought he was going to break the piano. Maybe in the near future I will start playing the piano again.
Side note of the night: Why are the ...