The Issaquah Press Around the World — Italy

July 2, 2015

Contributed Candy Mac Donald, of Issaquah, took her Issaquah Press to Pisa, Italy, on May 20. From May 13-28, she was ‘on a Grand Circle small ship cruise with a friend to The Rivieras: France, Italy and the Isles. Four days at a hotel in Florence, cruise ship to Cinque Terre, Elba Island, Carrara Marble Quarry, Porto Venere, Portofino, etc., and then three days in Cannes. It was an amazing adventure.’ Where have you taken your favorite newspaper? Email your photo and information to editor@isspress.com.

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Candy Mac Donald, of Issaquah, took her Issaquah Press to Pisa, Italy, on May 20. From May 13-28, she was ‘on a Grand Circle small ship cruise with a friend to The Rivieras: France, Italy and the Isles. Four days at a hotel in Florence, cruise ship to Cinque Terre, Elba Island, Carrara Marble Quarry, Porto Venere, Portofino, etc., and then three days in Cannes. It was an amazing adventure.’ Where have you taken your favorite newspaper? Email your photo and information to editor@isspress.com.

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The Issaquah Press Around the World

June 25, 2015

Contributed Leslie and Ken Oja took their Issaquah Press to Milano, Italy, where they celebrated their 30th anniversary. The trip included a day at the World Expo 2015 in Milan, which is where the picture was taken. They described the place as ‘amazing.’ Where have you taken your favorite newspaper? Email your photo and information to editor@isspress.com.

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Leslie and Ken Oja took their Issaquah Press to Milano, Italy, where they celebrated their 30th anniversary. The trip included a day at the World Expo 2015 in Milan, which is where the picture was taken. They described the place as ‘amazing.’ Where have you taken your favorite newspaper? Email your photo and information to editor@isspress.com.

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Exchange student: Francesco Carella

March 25, 2014

“The food sucks here,” said Francesco Carella, when asked about what he saw as some of the major differences between the United States and his home.

Carella is an Italian exchange student attending Issaquah High School this year. In a recent interview about living abroad, food was the first thing that came to mind.

Jacob Brunette Issaquah High School

Jacob Brunette
Issaquah High School

Besides the food, Carella’s opinion of the U.S. was mostly positive.

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Exchange student: Greta Loss

March 25, 2014

On the first day of school, the attention of students in the International Baccalaureate Spanish class was quickly captivated by someone speaking in the most authentic, beautiful Spanish accent they had heard.

Greta Loss is actually Italian, an exchange student this year at Skyline High School. The Beat caught up with Loss to see what she thinks of her new life in the United States.

Salma Mahmoud Skyline   High School

Salma Mahmoud
Skyline High School

“The thing I miss most is my family, of course,” she said. “And the Italian food.”

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