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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.
Anyway, thats all for now....
See you all back in Australia.
... about another security firm.
We had to stop on the way to take the obligatory photos, to prove that we wuz ‘ere. We took photos from the Italian side at a town called Cina before attempting the border crossing.
Drove down the mountain into the Swiss town of Lugano (named after the Lake). Straight away you notice the difference. The streets were wider and the city was more like the northern European ...
... Q3-2007 until Q4-2007 (duration = 2 quarters)
Q2-2008 until Q1-2009 (duration = 4 quarters, also referred to as being part of the Great Recession)
Q3-2009 until Q4-2013 (duration = 18 quarters, also referred to as being part of the Eurozone crisis)
Greece experienced positive economic growth in each of the 3 first quarters of 2014. The return of economic growth, along with the now existing underlying structural budget surplus of the ...
... 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, ...
... of the most tricky and disheartening legs.
Leaving Como also meant leaving Italy, and we passed through a border post situated in the middle of a suburban high street; a bit like having a border control halfway down Stirchley High Street. Geographically, Italy and Switzerland seem intertwined in this neck of the mountains.
Perhaps it was the heat, or the confusion of language in Switzerland. We were unable to find a motorway pass, and I left behind our petrol cap at ...