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Travel Blogs from Turin
... bags and now I'm 31 days into the trip! It's crazy how quick time is passing by, but I am loving every moment of it. I've been given the opportunity of a ...
... lines. The Juventus version was highly controlled, a guide taking groups of visitors through every half hour, dishing our tidbits in Italian (audioguides in English provided). The museum is a brilliant blast from the past, charting the evolution of Juventus from a park bench in Turin to its status or international reknown today. A highlight would be a 360 panoramic movie simulating stepping out onto the stadium pitch, with the floodlights primed on you ...
... case. Today was definitely a challenge. Apparently "sit down" and "be quiet" doesn't mean anything. Throughout the entire period students kept talking and walking all over the place for no reason. Among the chatting were racial comments ...
... on the spot and must answer questions orally while the rest of the students watch. Also, grades are read out loud so everyone knows how you are doing. My school has about 300 kids. I have lessons with each student for at least one hour a week.
Monday was my first day of school. It was a normal school day ...
... made. First a cake involving a chocolate and vanilla swirl, then traditional Tiramisu.
Italian fact of the day: "Tiramisu" literally means "lift me up." This dish is usually consumed at breakfast in order to be energized by its' coffee content. Wow!
Following the demonstration, we had lunch and then headed over to the aperto mercato, or open market. It kind of resembles a ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet