If you were asked to spend a year living in a different location, where would you choose and why?
Italy of course. I’ve written before about my desire to get to know that country better. In the year between high school and college, my daughter studied Italian in Rome for a month, and then in Bologna for another month. She loved both places, but I think Rome was her favorite. In fact she returned to teach English to Italians for about 6 months after college, but found it very hard to work and live in Rome — expensive and crowded.
Nevertheless, I have long wanted to do much the same thing. Going to an Italian school would give structure to my day — intensive classes all morning — then the afternoons free, and the weekends too, for sightseeing and soaking up Italian Roma.
I’ve thought it though pretty…
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