Albergo delle Palme
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... with EU money but the Airport is closed waiting for permission form the Goverment to open it.
When I asked an mechanic how the Airplane he was working on got here, he told me "special permission and we only fly when nobody is around " viva Italia".
end of October , it is getting cold in Switzerland and it is time to go to Florida to sell my House there and catch up with everything there while my SX is parked in Altenrhein LSZA Switzerland.
... the architecture, the history, the number of bars, children's clothing shops and roundabouts, the high heels - mandatory, the handbags, the clothes shops just divine even in very small towns, all the woman on the beach in a bikini no matter what the shape or size, the constant chatter, the warmth of the people and the oppressing shutters on all windows, the nonnas sitting on their chairs outside their houses, the cheese and pasta and Sal and Rog. ...
... shopping around us - Zara, Max&Mara, Guess, Armani to name a few and with price tags to match even at sale time. We have been interested in the police presence in the foyer of the hotel and have not known why but when we came home today two unmarked police cars arrived with an older couple who were escorted into the hotel by minders with ear pieces and all. I smiled at him he smiled back and ...
... immediately overhead dumped a few tons of water onto an area which had caught fire. I asked the chief squeeze how often such fires brake out – he said twice a month. "Anyway you want juice or spaghetti"
“Are you sure? Juice or Spaghetti”
“Juice… What juice you got?
“What fruit you see?”
“ You're a funny Guy! Can I have ...
I'm a bit surprised that Lecce is this hot, given that it isn't all that far from the ocean, some 15 km to the nearest beaches in San Cataldo, which I though would've moderated the temperature somewhat - wrong! The traditional building construction found in places like this doesn't help, either - the stone work absorbs the sun all day long, not only reflecting the sun's rays back at you, slowly roasting you throughout the day, but also releasing its ...