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10 Reasons You Shouldn’t Date People Who Travel

Contributing Writer: Alyssa Gregory They are infected with the travel bug, an often fatal and long duration disease that has no known cure. Like an addict, every trip they take just seems to increase their desire. They are driven by an insatiable curiosity and wanderlust that makes routine unbearable. They are sure of themselves because they’ve gotten lost in Rome at night, lived out of a carry on for months
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La Strega Nocciola

La Strega Nocciola, located on Via de Bardi, 51, has become one of our favorite gelato shops. However, it is on the bit pricy side but we think the flavor and quality difference makes the cost worth it! Here is our most recent flavor obsession… Azteco and Bignolosa  The Azteco is a mouth watering blend of white chocolate and cinnamon. Bignolosa is a vanilla based gelato with nutella and cream puffs.
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Van Gogh Alive

Looking for something to do during the week or on a lazy Sunday afternoon? Head over to the Van Gogh Alive exhibit for an unforgettable experience. Located in the Santo Stefano al Ponte, the exhibit was worth every penny of the 10euro student fee. The exhibit takes a very different approach compared to most museums, by giving viewers a timeline of Van Gogh's life through his artwork. Upon arriving, there are boards
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The Twix of Gelato

Carmel and Cookies: La Carraia If you venture over to the other side of the river you'll find the delicious gelato shop known as La Carraia. Given a Certificate of Excellence on TripAdvisor, this place is one you should definitely try. The influx of flavors left me a bit overwhelmed, so if you're feeling the same way go ahead and give one of our favorite combos a try…. Caramel and Cookies. Our
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Leather Market: Real or Faux

While walking through the markets in the Piazza San Lorenzo you are surrounded by everything leather. Choices are unlimited, but how do you know you are actually buying leather? Here at Campus Florence we have composed a quick check-list to help ensure your next bag is authentic. 1) Look at the labels Sounds obvious, but looking for the words "genuine leather" or "vera pelle"  on a product's label is the easiest way to tell