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On-Sites and Sightseeing

by Gabriella Gardziola

On-site classes are a hack to seeing Rome even when you may not have the time to go on your own. To start, I’m taking six classes this semester. A full schedule. I would not recommend because you don’t really get a ton of time to venture about the city and balance work and maintain …

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