1000 kilometers, not one meter of traffic jam. My trip from Dusseldorf to Spilimbergo was very easy. After some days I know every street of the village. I still have to get used to living in a little village. But feels good to be here.
Of course I have already visited the school. Walking through it, I sometimes had to pinch myself. And say: No, Miriam, this is not a vacation. You will actually sit on one of these antique school desks soon. Midst of many great works that have left other students. Feels great – and very unreal.
I can’t wait until Monday when the semester starts. Until then, I have a few days to explore the area at leisure. And to know my dear host family better, where I can live graciously until I find a roommate.
Hi Miriam …. you are lucky to be in Spilembergo! Enjoy the course. A Greek friend of mine, Despina, and I, have been thinking about going to do the course there. We would be interested in your experience.
Despina and I are in Ravenna for the Mosaic Festival … don’t want to give the dates in public, so would you email me privately if you are going to be in Ravenna and perhaps we can meet for espresso??
hello Brenda, sure let’s meet. Although my experiences will only consist of some first impressions :-) I hope to be in Ravenna for the festival. I’ll write you an email now.
This is so wonderful! Thank you for sharing all of the cool pictures and your experiences and thoughts along your journey. I look forward to reading more!
Great to hear that. Thank you! :-)