Friday, June 22, 2018
Saturday was a good day indeed, we had the chance to go on a little walkabout Bologna cause of the Biografilm Festival at Parco del Cavaticcio, defo a thing to check out if you’re gonna...
So tomorrow is the day the World Cup commences, it’s been 4 years since Brazil and that was the last time the best teams in the world had the chance to play each other in...
According to the NAFSA, over 300,000 students travel to study abroad every year. That’s almost 10% of college students in the United States. In fact, a majority of U.S. students who choose to study abroad...
So you have completely abandoned yourself to the delights of “La dolce vita” ? At first it was one extra glass of Chianti, the pastries and the gelato ..and now.. all of a sudden- you...
On Island Time: My Take on Sicily By: Kate SeftonBeing in Taormina felt like being in a new country. The Italian way of life that I have become accustomed to over the past few months was completely...
When study abroad students are planning their spring breaks, they tend to look at the common beach cities such as Barcelona and Lisbon. After spending a week in Taormina, Sicily, though, I would encourage students...
Ciao tutti! My name is Andrea. I am a 21 year old college student from Iceland currently studying and living in Florence, Italy. Iceland is a very small country and I can even bet that most...
To begin, it should be understood that although Uncle Jimmy’s is not an upscale Italian bar where one can go to immerse themselves into the Italian culture, does not mean it isn’t a place to check...
When I moved to Florence in 2013, it was a bittersweet transition for me. While I was excited and eager to start a new life and gain more independence, at the same time, I was...
While I would argue that it is nearly impossible to get sick of Italian food, there is no doubt that cravings hit hard and cannot be stopped. There are times when only fajitas or fried...