Holiday Inn Turin City Center
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February 23rd marks one month since the beginning of this Italian adventure. Time, I'm begging you, please slow down. I swear it was just yesterday that I was ...
... till the 3pm kickoff. We were told to arrive early, as the stadium plays host to a carnival atmosphere before every home game. We arrived an hour before kickoff, hopped into the attached shopping centre and managed to grab a bite whilst mingling with the mob of fans draped in Juventus livery. Then, it was to join the queues as we made our way through the turnstiles. The sea of black & white was intoxicating.
I had been forced to purchase ...
... by the fact that racism still exist. Instinctively, I took offense to those slurs and wanted to put the blame on those individuals' lack of respect and poor behavior. However, as an old colleague reminded me, it's not a matter of racism ...
... br> Each class period was almost identical. I walked into the class, got a standing salute, and had questions&answers time. The responses I got to some of my answers were priceless. Being born in Hawaii makes me more of a celebrity. Children were in shock when I said I grew up there. Sometimes its hard to ...
... of red wine were set out before us. We had, or at least tried to have both English and Italian conversations. Language barrier at its finest. After red wine, a bowl of agnolotti was served. It sort of resembles ravioli, however this dish is specific to this region. BEST PASTA EVER. By now, I am completely stuffed but of course the meal wasn't over. The main dish: grilled chicken topped with ...
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