Travel Blogs from Rivalta di Torino
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 ...
... 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.
... niente" was all I got. What made it worse was that three of the students videotaped me while I was trying to figure out why the word "Chinese" made the class laugh hysterically....
With all that has changed over the decades, I was ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service