The Secret Garden
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... Central Library, one of the two national libraries in Italy, which contains 4,126,002 volumes; The Biblioteca del Ministero degli Affari Esteri, specialised in diplomacy, foreign affairs and modern history; the Biblioteca dell'Istituto dell'Enciclopedia ...
... in our neighborhood, but turns out a lot of markets close after 2-3 (as most other stores do) but they don't open back up like other stores. So we just went to a supermarket and got a few things. I have to be careful not to go too crazy because the produce is super fresh meaning it goes bad if not used soon. However, at this point it was like 2-3 in the afternoon, we walked probably four or five miles in like 85-90 degree weather, ...
... is apparently similar, and it goes down very well. We're in no rush to leave so Suzanne and Marco take coffee while I order a Campari Spritz. Campari is considerably more bitter than Aperol, so much so that Yalini runs to the bathroom to get rid of the mouthful she tries. Clearly this is why the Aperol spritz is the current drink of choice for young people in Italy. Faced with a wait while I finish my drink, Yalini checks out the desserts on display and picks a ...
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Patrizia, Sara, Sofia: Patrizia is a Petrivelli from Italy. She helped Auntie Norine find the restaurant. She’s so sweet and amazing. She makes everybody feel like she’s our cousin too. I hope to hang out with these three girls more. I hope her plans of coming in August come true:)
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... like a place where there is someone there 24 hours a day. It took around 30 minutes to get the SIM card, I don't understand why this process takes so long in Italy. It was the same in Venice. They need your passport and then it seems they take forever to fill out online paperwork. The process felt more like I was buying a car than a temporary phone card. I entertained myself by watching them trying to help a old nun, with an old phone, who was talking really loudly into her phone ...