We have loads in common, with one exception: a certain hand sign.
The Flying Longhorns travel program tours hundreds of countries on all seven continents (yes, even Antarctica)—but one destination is the perennial favorite. In the past five years alone, the program has made more than 33 trips to the bella paese. Why are Texans so deeply in love with Italy? Maybe it’s not just the gorgeous terrain. With a shared holy trinity of family, food, and football ruling both cultures, here’s why we think Italians might be the Texans of Europe.
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