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... she didnt warn us and i didnt have time to make something up on the fly, meaning i couldn't leave class early like everyone else did :(
i am glad i am finally done reading for cj....but the material was pretty interesting.
All i want this year is to pass all of my classes with a b or above...Did i mention that i got a 98 on my leonardo paper?? Yeah i did :P yippee.
... cute it was 140 euro...Like a tee shirt with little horoscope gems, yeah that was 120... crazy milanese!
We circled back to the duomo for the treasury which was just a single room full of old jewelry and what was more impressive was the free tombs next to that room. Very beautiful to see.
We gave some of the extra food we had taken over the past few days to a little old woman with her two little puppies who ...
... then we headed toward home - seeing a giant Christmas tree that made my night <3 We finally got back for some showers and warm rooms although we had trouble talking to the lady at first without wifi because I couldn't translate that we were checking out very early and that previously when we dropped our bags off I gave her the incorrect amount of money...thankfully we got wifi and solved everything. Getting up at 5:30 for ...
... but I really would not wanna drive up there.
On friday we saw the castle buon consiglio, it was old but quite interessting. at night we went on to Bolzano/Bozen in South Tyrol. We stayed a friend of a friends house, we've never met before. but it was vey nice. giavanni lives with heidi, who is from south tyrol. It was so interessting talking to her about the situation in there, Ofiicially they belong to italy, but ...
... in Venice, the city of love, in the wall! Like the one Amanda Seyfried discovered! So I found a little crack and shoved it in there; I created my own romantic moment. I figured Juliet wouldn't mind.
Also, if you haven't seen My Sassy Gay Friend's "Romeo and Juliet" on YouTube, I demand you go watch it now. I was simultaneously quoting that and Shakespeare's original text under my breath the entire time. It might just change your life. Or maybe just make you laugh.