Tag Result For: Rome

  • Carley
  • University of Missouri
  • 2017 Spring

Italy and the US: Cultural Comparison 03/07/17

Before I came abroad, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect of Italy or even Europe in general. With European heritage and hearing about my Grandma’s childhood and parent’s visits, I just came to the assumption that it was an older version of the United States. After spending 7 weeks here and traveling to 6 […]

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  • Carley
  • University of Missouri
  • 2017 Spring

When in Rome: 5 Tips for Visiting Italy’s Liveliest City 02/13/17

Buonasera! (Thanks to our Survival Italian class, I’ve expanded my limited Italian vocabulary). So this past weekend I spent two days in one of the most historic cities in Italy: Rome. Despite this title, I’m not going to tell you a love story about a woman that takes coins out of the Fontana de Amore […]

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  • Mallory
  • University of Colorado-Boulder
  • 2017 Spring

Tabacchi 2 – The Place For You: Exploring Paderno del Grappa 02/09/17

After finally getting settled into my new life in Paderno del Grappa I have been able to learn the ropes around the town. When I first started my research on CIMBA, I couldn’t find much information on the town and the types of stores Paderno del Grappa has. The one store I have come to […]

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  • Kaden
  • Kansas State University
  • 2016 Summer

Going to Class, Company Tours, and Everything in Between: Final Reflections on Study Abroad 06/30/16

“Life is so much easier when you just chill out.” – Unknown. When I signed up for my study abroad experience here in Italy, I knew that I would have my eyes opened to a new culture, experience new things, and overall grow as a person. However, I never imagined that I would see so […]

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  • Kaden
  • Kansas State University
  • 2016 Summer

Rick Steves Doesn’t Know Everything: How to See the Real Italy 06/21/16

If you are going to travel to Europe and you haven’t heard of Rick Steves, you should do a quick Google search.  Over the years, Rick Steves has produced several excellent guides to help you hit all of the key parts of Europe, including monuments, museums, and restaurants.  I suggest you use them when you […]

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  • Katie
  • The University of Iowa
  • 2016 Summer

How to be a Tourist without Behaving like a Tourist 05/25/16

I get it. It is almost impossible to not stick out as a foreigner when traveling within a different country. Our clothes don’t match, our dialect sounds strange, and our behavior, in general, simply does not line up. Hiding in your dorm room is not the solution to avoiding this reality. You can go out, […]

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  • Alicia
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2016 Spring

Traveling Mindfully: Five Breaths 04/25/16

One of the more emphasized, overarching lessons of the CIMBA program is learning how to be more mindful or aware of the current moment you are in. There were a great many ways to incorporate this into travel, but I chose to concentrate on a single breath in each new place I visited. Cataloging an […]

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  • Mikaela
  • University of Minnesota
  • 2016 Spring

Eating Italy: Savory Tour For The Traveling Student 03/07/16

As a student coming to Italy to study and travel through Europe, my mind is in the moment and my body is running from one must-see destination to the next. My goal is to experience the city as if I was a local and soak in the culture as if I my memory will never […]

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  • Mikaela
  • University of Minnesota
  • 2016 Spring

“Touristing”: The Art of Sightseeing 02/12/16

Three cities in four days. That about sums up my first extended travel weekend. Going into it, I knew I would be running (literally) off espresso and it all worked out because I had the most amazing weekend. I wouldn’t recommend this busy travel tactic to all but I wouldn’t discourage it either. These three […]

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  • Phillip
  • Western Michigan University
  • 2015 Fall

The Difference Between Northern & Southern Italy 11/23/15

Thinking of tasting amazing new Italian creations? Take a trip to southern Italy. After my time in Naples and talking to a few other travelers I have found that Italian culture varies greatly between the north and the south. When you think of Italy what is the first thing that pops into your head? For […]

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