Hotel Artua & Solferino
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Wasn't sure what sort of weather we were arriving into as along the way traveling from venice to Torino, there was snow everywhere. We were lucky enough to get sunshine everyday when though it was still cold out.
Torino is relatively boring compared to other cities, but has a few nice squares that we visited, such as Piazza Castello. …
... what's the perfect way to celebrate? An all night/morning dance party!
Despite hours of waiting in "lines," drunk Ben, and stolen ...
... to the amazing atmosphere in the arena. From the anthem where scarves were raised high into the air, the reading of the lineup by the crowd, to the songs and the chants from the ultras- money well spent. Watching my favourite players in the flesh dismantle a sorry Chievo team was icing on the cake.
The trip to Turin fulfilled a childhood dream. I hope to return again and pay homage to the team I love so dearly. The memories will have to keep me going for now.
In retrospect, I really don't know why being videotaped bothered me so much that it made me want to leave. I'm famous! And besides, Italy is wayyyyyy to beautiful. Take a look:
Reggia di Venaria ...
... they give you the tools and resources you need to be successful. One thing I found surprising is how much independence the Italian students have. Upon completion of scuola media, or middle school, the student must decide which learning path to take. He/she attends a liceo (high school) specific to that path, all the ...
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