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October 21, 2008


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Hope you had a wonderful time :)

Susan from Food Blogga

Two weeks in Italy? How wonderful, Simona! I must admit, I was expecting a post on risotto or wine or pasta, but you certainly got my attention with this one. :) I'm looking forward to hearing more about your travels.


ahhh ma eri da queste parti,
benvenuta e benritornata allora:-)) ciaooo!


me ne sono andata 2 mesi fa e ora mettono i distributori??? cmq in metropolitana fa un po' tristezza anche se forse..il fien giustifica i mezzi (e i luoghi)?


Ciao Simona, bentornata.

Trovo che la distribuzione di latte fresco in metropolitana sia un'idea davvero utile, per una colazione al "volo" o un acquisto all'ultimo minuto tornando a casa da una giornata di lavoro.
Aspetto i prossimi post sulle tue vacanze italiane!!


Thanks, Maryann, we had fun.

I can understand your expectations, Susan. See what I come up with in future posts.

Ebbene si', Astro, ero da quelle parti. Grazie.

Ciao Monique e benvenuta. Da quanto ho letto, l'iniziativa ha riscosso un buon successo. Considerando quante persone viaggiano in metro, e' certamente utile.

Grazie Manuela. Da quanto ho letto, quelle che tu citi sono le caratteristiche che rendono l'iniziativa ben accetta al pubblico.


How interesting; fresh, raw milk. In the subway!


Interesting, indeed, especially in light of the ongoing discussion about raw milk in this country. I hope to write more about this topic, Lisa.

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