All of mine did anyway. Stupide Harrisburg bus terminal (and
Settling in has been incredibly interesting, and even though I haven’t really yet, I am extremely excited to start classes and begin working and seeing the city. So far, our orientation activities have taken us to closeby areas of the city, we’ve seen the trionfale market, the Tiber River (Tevere) and even such places as the Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish Steps, the Piazza Navona and our Temple Campus, where the Dean knows NO ITALIAN and has managed to retain the South Dakota accent all these years here. That pretty much gave me an idea of what I am to expect from the program, but this experience, which has already changed my life in many ways, will be as fun and rewarding as I make it. I almost forgot to mention walking into the
So, I am going to do as the Romans do (whatever that means). But I am still looking for a damn Wal-Mart.
Earth-Shattering Revelation: The Euro is hella more powerful than the American Dollar. It is MAD expensive over here.