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... what's the perfect way to celebrate? An all night/morning dance party!
Despite hours of waiting in "lines," drunk Ben, and stolen ...
... purchasing from a third party like viagogo but the tickets came through without a hitch. We did have to bring our passports to the game though due to Italy's crackdown on football hooligans.
We were seated next to a passionate Italian lady who fervently cheered on the team on every occasion. She was tiny, looked frail but I wouldn't get between her and her passion. She belted out the anthem, she yelled at the players and the ref, ...
... br> A few hours ago, I was ready to call it quits because of comments made towards me. However, now I see that my time here has just begun. I am not here to only teach English, but rather to educate my students on diversity and acceptance of ...
... my "mother tongue" if I can't even speak English well, myself? I studied the life sciences my entire life, with no intentions of teaching. This is a big change for me. It's like one day I wake up and I'm an English teacher. That's literally what happened.
The Italian school system is quite different ...
... 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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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet