La Serenaia B&B
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... was a market! It was incredibly busy and I've never heard the phrase 'ciao bella' used so many times. The last day I explored some more and visited agencies, once again a great way to see the city. I was also able to see some of the churches briefly and Sforza Castle. And you no what is fun.. Having to drag your suitcase all over the city.. Simply splendid. ...
... Kastell spaziert sind, um dann in perfektem Frostzustand am Dom anzulangen. Der war schon beeindruckend und gar nicht größer als der Kölner, aber viel schöner. Auf dem Platz war den vielen Tauben zum Glück die Zunge eingefroren, sodass man den Anblick auch wirklich in Ruhe genießen konnte.
Allerdings war das dann der Punkt, wo mir langsam die Kälte in die Glieder zog. Zwar schien die Sonne wunderschön auf uns herab, nur wird man in der Stadt nun mal eher von ...
... uneventful. The seats just keep getting so uncomfortable. Both Paul and I slept little on our way (which is far more unusual for Paul than it is for me).
I forget how early the sunsets and how late it rises over northern winter skies. It was well after 8am when we landed in Germany and it was still on the dark, dreary side. A quick turnaround in Frankfurt and a short flight over the Alps to Milan. Our room at the ...
... The others were all Italian and I think for most of them, this experience was some kind of excursion to soak up another culture. We met a very nice couple who has been to the states many times for medical reasons and were very interested in knowing if the meal at the California Bakery was anything close to a real Thanksgiving in the states.
A little while in, I think once all the guests had arrived, the restaurant brought us out the first course: ...
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80;л: «Чего ты ржешь?»
Замеч 72;л ли кто-ни 073;удь, что италь ...