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I don't really know what to do and what the @classmethod means?
class DreamVacation: def __init__(self, location, activities): self.location = location self.activities = activities # insert your code here @classmethod def rome(cls(), location = 'Rome', activities_list = ['visis the colosseum', 'Eat gelato']: return rome
It's been a while since I've used OOP in python and I'm pretty bad at explaining things, so I will redirect you to a helpful resource: https://realpython.com/instance-class-and-static-methods-demystified/
Working code below:
class DreamVacation: def __init__(self, location, activities): self.location = location self.activities = activities # insert your code here @classmethod def rome(cls): return cls('Rome', ['visit the Colosseum', 'Eat gelato'])