Albergo Ristorante Il Cascinalenuovo
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... a happy applause And so did the workshops which weren't a chore. The biggest and beautiful surprise of all Was the headmaster of this great big school. Her flaunt, her strut and her gracious glide Made heads turned from side to side. Literally she was Kim K in the flesh From her overdone makeup to her orangey dress, All other teachers had nothing on her, She was the queen and world was her oyster. But enough of her spoken ...
So it has officially been a week since my arrival here in Italia and I am loving every second of it. After (somewhat) adjusting to my environment, I began to think about my new life as teacher. Lesson plans, the correct use of "they're" and "their," even simple things like the alphabet. How am I going ...
... through the markets (open despite the snow), and just generally soak up the local atmosphere. One thing should be mentioned about Italian cities - it's not always about attractions. The cities/towns are an attraction in their own right: the architecture, the history, the people, the food. And the perfume shops - Julie insisted we browse through each one (prices here are really much cheaper than back home). By ...
... couple of hours we reached Briancon , a large ski resort/town. By now we were desperate for a coffee and something to eat - just happened to pass a Maccas in Briancon. I know - fancy coming all this way just to go to a Macdonalds, but they do have the best coffee in France.
Soon after leaving Briancon we crossed over into Italy and began our descent down the other side of the Alps. Tunnels were the order of the ...
Ahhhh; if only I could live in Italy forever... And it's so lovely in the fall. There's such nice energy in downtown Casale; bustling cafes and lots of cute dogs with everyone bundled up and the storefronts getting ready for Natale. It's been great to visit with Eunice and Peter again. The food is still amazing, Eunice still wins at Scrabble, Luigina is still my favorite nonna and I never tire of the beautiful ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed