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Washington D.C. In A Day

Less than 24 hours in D.C. How and where we went!

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Italian Apartments 101

When going to a another country, sometimes the expectations of apartments can be unknown, but here’s a little insight of what to expect if you plan to stay in a traditional Italian apartment!

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Volterra

As a group we toured the Etruscan Museum in Volterra. In all honesty, it wasn’t that great. The exhibit it’s self was very nice and interesting, but it did become repetitive after seeing almost identical urns for the 300th time in a row. It seemed that half the place was just urn after urn, and only a small portion was…

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Everything You Forgot To Pack for Studying Abroad!

After spending a semester abroad, there was quite a few things I am glad I brought with me, and some things I forgot, but wish I had! Here’s a list of everything  you need: Converter/Adapter For obvious reasons! Cheap Flip Flops/Shower Shoes Staying in hostels […]

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Goodbye Certaldo!

It’s been about 2 weeks since we said goodbye to the town of Certaldo, aka the place me and my classmates have called home the last 3 months. We spent the weekend setting up, hosting, and taking down the school art exhibition, and packing up our apartments. Packing 3 mo…

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A Dinner Back in Time

Once a week my schools program travels to Florence for our Art History class. Normally, we leave Certaldo around 8 or 9 am, and return around 7 pm. This time we had an overnight trip….

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Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre literally translates to “Five Lands”, which is where we were this week! We boarded a boat in Riomaggiore and passed….

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The Walled City of Lucca

After a good nights rest from our day of traveling, we finally are ready to spend our day in Lucca! We had a quick breakfast provided by the hotel before heading off to rent bikes. Lucca is known as the Walled…

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Bridges, Caves and Waterfalls

After a 2 hour bus ride (that all of slept through!), we started at the Devils Bridge in the province of Lucca! Built in 1080 as a main pilgrimage rode between France and Rome, over the S…

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Amsterdam!

Amsterdam is the final destination for Spring Break 2017! With its thousands of bikes, canals, and many museums, what better way to end spring break….

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Italian Apartments 101

When going to a another country, sometimes the expectations of apartments can be unknown, but here’s a little insight of what to expect if you plan to stay in a traditional Italian apartment!

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Volterra

As a group we toured the Etruscan Museum in Volterra. In all honesty, it wasn’t that great. The exhibit it’s self was very nice and interesting, but it did become repetitive after seeing almost identical urns for the 300th time in a row. It seemed that half the place was just urn after urn, and only a small portion was…

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Everything You Forgot To Pack for Studying Abroad!

After spending a semester abroad, there was quite a few things I am glad I brought with me, and some things I forgot, but wish I had! Here’s a list of everything  you need: Converter/Adapter For obvious reasons! Cheap Flip Flops/Shower Shoes Staying in hostels […]

Posted in Packing List, Study Abroad | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Goodbye Certaldo!

It’s been about 2 weeks since we said goodbye to the town of Certaldo, aka the place me and my classmates have called home the last 3 months. We spent the weekend setting up, hosting, and taking down the school art exhibition, and packing up our apartments. Packing 3 mo…

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A Dinner Back in Time

Once a week my schools program travels to Florence for our Art History class. Normally, we leave Certaldo around 8 or 9 am, and return around 7 pm. This time we had an overnight trip….

Posted in College, Study Abroad, Travel | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre literally translates to “Five Lands”, which is where we were this week! We boarded a boat in Riomaggiore and passed….

Posted in Study Abroad, Travel | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Walled City of Lucca

After a good nights rest from our day of traveling, we finally are ready to spend our day in Lucca! We had a quick breakfast provided by the hotel before heading off to rent bikes. Lucca is known as the Walled…

Posted in Study Abroad, Travel | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Bridges, Caves and Waterfalls

After a 2 hour bus ride (that all of slept through!), we started at the Devils Bridge in the province of Lucca! Built in 1080 as a main pilgrimage rode between France and Rome, over the S…

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Bonjour Paris!

After years of dreaming to visit Paris, it finally happened! Seeing the Eiffel tower, the Louvre….

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Pompeii (And The Volcano That Destroyed It!)

Getting to visit Pompeii was incredible! To see such a beautiful city so well preserved from all these years, and to be able to walk the streets of the once lively city just makes it that much more real! Then to climb the volcano that destroyed this once sophisticated city…

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