- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... this down, eager to use it as what I thought would be the motto for the semester. Then I got here. And boy did we hit the ground running. I thought this would last a week or two, then we'd settle into a normal routine and begin to live out this Italian culture. Yeah.... Turns out I still go to an American university, and well, we don't appear to believe in "the sweetness of doing nothing". I can not tell you the last time I actually did nothing. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely ...
... I've done and everything I’ve seen, I’m amazed at myself. It can definitely be stressful at times, but I’m finding that no matter how stressful parts of it can be, the experiences I’ve had are helping me to be more peaceful. Not in the hippie sense, but when it sometimes feels like a million things can and do go wrong, I’m learning to roll with the punches and try to make the best out of seemingly not-so-great situation.
This past Sunday was ...
... had about a 5 hour bus ride back to campus. We arrived between midnight and 1am, exhausted after all the travel, and went pretty much straight to shower and bed.
Yet we still had classes... Class began this morning at 9:45 am with Philosophy, not necessarily the way I'd kick off the day after the weekend/trip we had had... But we did. And after Philosophy we jumped back into an art and arch class lecture before ...
... my books and laptop and headed to the capp bar, thinking I’d outline my essay or start brainstorming. However, with travel on my mind that just wasn’t going to happen until I got the million and one things going on in my head organized. I still hadn’t decided where to go for the third travel weekend, which starts Thursday after class. This Thursday. As in three days from today. I just couldn’t focus until I knew at least my general plans for the weekend. Turns ...
... and significance), 4 short answers (which ended up not being so short...), and 1 essay. I finished with 5 minutes to spare and feeling pretty confident about what I had turned in. A little bit of rejoicing time was taken before getting my books for Theology class... which I'm totally not in now... After class it's off to lunch and then pack and get to the airport! Baci dalla classe ...