Travel Blogs from Turin
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 ...
We travelled to Turin aboard the Frecciarossa, another one of Italy's high speed rail lines. The scenery was a bit more pleasant than our Rome-Pisa leg, we were passing by rural Italy now. Barrelling down at speeds reaching 300km/h, we were passing by Panameras making the Turin-Milan commute (take that rich *******s!).
Not many travellers find themselves in Turin with the likes of Rome, Florence and Venice providing a far more iconic travel ...
Coming into this, I never thought I would become so passionate about this kind of work. It's only been three weeks since my journey began but already I notice improvements in my students' English skills. As a teacher, that is all I could ask for. ...
So it has officially been a week since my arrival here in Italia and I am loving every second of it. After (somewhat) adjusting to my environment, I began to think about my new life as teacher. Lesson plans, the correct use of "they're" and "their," even simple things like the alphabet. How am I going ...
... which our orientation was held.
At the end of the orientation, the teachers all went separate ways to towns and "villages" throughout the Piemonte region. My home for the next few months is Trofarello, a village of about 11,000 people located 30 minutes outside of Torino. Here I will be teaching English in a scuola media, or middle school. My host family consist of my mother, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center