Travel Blogs from Reggello, Italy

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Bittersweet Ending, Reggello, Italy travel blog

Bittersweet Ending

A travel blog entry by green019

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... keeping up with my blogs, this experience can only be completely understood by your own participation. I am leaving Casa Cares and Italy with new friendships, new experiences, a new understanding of a foreign culture, and a new appreciation for the career ...

Arrival, Reggello, Italy travel blog

Arrival

A travel blog entry by green019

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... items first and then show your receipt to get the item. We arrived in Rome at 9 am and then made the 3 hour drive to Reggello. We are now settled into the villa at Casa Cares. The views are incredible. We are going to have introductions and then dinner ...

Ladies of the Night, Reggello, Italy travel blog

Ladies of the Night

A travel blog entry by green019

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Today, we had the opportunity to listen to two social workers talk about their experience with counseling prostitutes in Italy! One was from Nigeria and the other from Romania. It's a Touchy subject, I know. It was a very sad story to hear about how young ...

Tuscany Adventures, Reggello, Italy travel blog

Tuscany Adventures

A travel blog entry by green019

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... the end of your third year. One test?? Hearing this made me realize how far the US has come in counseling. Honestly, every day in Italy is a new and memorable experience. After the seminars, the fun really began. We took a walk to view the wine and olive ...

First Full Day at Casa Cares, Reggello, Italy travel blog

First Full Day at Casa Cares

A travel blog entry by heatherjanicke

... I had to pay an overweight fee on my bag prior to even leaving O'Hare). The hill was quite a feat in itself. The area of Reggello has winding streets and beautiful mountain views. When you round the last curve to the Villa, it is very picturesque. We were ...

Drive into Tuscany, Reggello, Italy travel blog

Drive into Tuscany

A travel blog entry by roverlibr

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... as we'd become accustomed to, especially at the Castle we'd stayed in the previous two nights.  The coffee was typical for Italy --  strong enough to paint with. Jan figured out that it was much more palatable if we added hot water to it.  ...

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