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4 Days to Try to Make Sense of it All, Parma: Day 4

We woke up at 10:00 and began the long day of travel that involved a bus to the airport at 12 (during which we drove along the coast on one side and the mountains on the other with incredible views … Continue reading

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4 Days to Try to Make Sense of it All, Palermo: Day 3

Our plan for our last full day in Palermo involved going out of the city, via bus, to see the Duomo of Montreale which is supposed to be one of the most beautiful sites in the world. We used the … Continue reading

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4 Days to Try to Make Sense of it All, Palermo: Day 2

The next morning we woke up relatively early because we wanted to walk around the city see the Duomo and a few other sites before lunch. Before leaving I read some more of the New York Times magical guide which … Continue reading

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London, Oh How Grey You Are

First of all sorry for the tardiness of this post and the subsequent posts, but school has actually started to mean work here as finals have hit. I will do my best to finish these as soon as possible. We … Continue reading

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Partiamo da Parma per Verona (soltanto per un giorno)

As planned Courtney and I woke up to go to Vienna and biked to where the bus picked us up and sat ourselves down in the back at 8 in the morning. The sky was gray, the air chilly and … Continue reading

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Courtney Arrives in Parma

´╗┐´╗┐People asked me for the entire week if I was excited. Everyday and every person came at me with the same question. There weren’t ‘hellos’ or ‘how are you’s’ but instead only ‘are you excited?’ It’s not a mystery as … Continue reading

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Parma for a Weekend and Something Called ‘November Porc’

Who would have ever guessed, given my previous record of travel, that I would end up spending two straight weekends in Parma? For that matter, who would have thought that I would have settled myself into one place for the … Continue reading

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