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... As we already knew, cheese is a staple in most dishes served at restaurants. What we learned was the competitiveness and dedication it takes to thrive in this type of business in the Italian economy. We also learned that Caseificio Michelangelo makes some delicious cheese.
Okay, enough about the cheese. On Sunday, my roommate Caroline and I visited our friend Morgan at her home-stay flat. Morgan’s host mom invited us over after Caroline had expressed ...
... I could think about. I forced myself to leave the cafe and walk around some more. Finally, I could not stand it anymore and sat at the bus stop for nearly an hour and a half. It increasingly became cold, but I was too exhausted to change my clothes. Finally, my bus arrived. I collapsed on a comfortable seat, but wouldn't let myself sleep. I had to be awake to get off my stop. The bus began to leave and suddenly I didn't have to worry about falling asleep anymore. ...
... morphed into a plan to hike just one city and it’s surroundings… I’m not quite sure if that was the best thing to do, but I can say I really feel good about it. Greater Napoli might actually end up being my favorite city-region to hike around, maybe even beating Greater Paris… and to think, just a few weeks ago pretty much all I knew about Greater Napoli was that it has a big trash problem and still lingering issues with Mafia ...
... talking to him in Italian, he then came out to help her make the sandwiches. The only thing she said to me in English was, "this be gut for you!" I also picked up some fresh crackers to go with the salami they had in their case. I couldn't resist! My goodness, the salami is wonderful too. Such beautiful things here in Italy - I must come again. Upon exiting the ...
... 8221; (sort of translates as “can I help you?”) I suppose he didn’t understand my “Non parlo Italiano” opening line…because he rattled off an entire story – yelling and frantically gesturing…and all I got out of it was “Train. No. Block. Molto Problemo. Train. Problemo. Block. No. Naples” With that he turned and went back to frantically calling someone from his cell phone.
I rejoined Wade and relayed to ...