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... Pakistani,Bangladeshi or Africans. Its a sure sign of the decline of the Italian empire when Romans can't be bothered to do the ripping off! They like the colours salmon and yellow for their houses, green or grey shutters. They also have something against Santas as they seem to delight in hanging these inflatable Santas off their windows, roofs etc.
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... place just seem tidier. All this comes at a price. Everything is more expensive. We had lunch at the Cafe Retro, on the water front. It was the most expensive meal to date but it was a splendid meal. The food was very very good and we knocked off 2 bottles of merlot. It was a great dining experience.
After lunch we went to an art exhibition of Bramatina religious paintings from 1450 etc. I didn’t think that he was ...
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... and you will have safe travels back to Milano next time you visit. We had an incredible lunch in a fancy restaurant above an expensive mall which had only designer brands inside. I had squash ravioli for a main and then gelato for dessert! We were then running late after we caught the train back to where we had parked the car which meant that we had to drive to another train station to catch our train to Brusio, ...
... time, although we were so exhausted from the two weeks of traveling, and the weather which has started to become hot in Italy, that we decided to head back to Varenna for lunch at Bar il Molo, right on the lake, of course. After a brief rest we had cordials at the hotel's lakeside patio bar, and then strolled the five minutes ...