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Trip Start Sep 02, 2010
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Trip End May 13, 2011


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Flag of France  , Île-de-France,
Thursday, April 14, 2011

After Finland, I went to my first real concert ever. Me and a couple other girls went to a Taylor Swift concert in Paris. It was a small place and we were right next to the stage. It was a lot of fun and the last outting until Italy because, after Finland, school work piled up on us worse than it had all year. I spent the next 4-5 weeks studying for two more Structures tests and working on my design project. Design took over our lives. For about 3 weeks straight I did nothing but sit in front of the computer working. About 8 hours a day during the week after class and about 12 hours on saturdays and sundays, if not more. This is on top of the hundreds of hours that had already been done the first half of the semester. In between all this we had to finish planning our trip to Italy. It was rough for a while. I managed to finish my project a day early and could enjoy a 75 degree sunny day. I studied for my structures test that would happening in two days in the Chateau gardens. It was one of the best days yet and the sun and warmth made you forget about the 5 month stretch of the suicidal cold, rainy, cloudy days of France. I must say though...compared to home, its been in the 60's since March and the sunny days started to become more frequent much sooner than home. Back to school.....I was first to turn my project in at exactly 7pm and was given a cracker for my good work :) haha. I was one of the few that had not pulled an all nighter the last few days. My roommates along with many others stayed up about 4 days straight working at school. The next day, the 48 of us finished our structures test that ripped us apart from head to foot. (probably the hardest test I've ever taken). But, we got over it and 4 days later Matt, Ivan, Natalie, Beth and I left for the next 3 weeks to Italia, the one trip everyone looks forward to before you're even accepted into the Versailles Program  :)
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