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13 January 2014


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So funny! And instant medicine for my onging culture shock. ((I live in Italy ine year now.) A presto, Stefanie


I love lists like these. Thanks for sharing!


I'm a Roman who's been living in London for 5 years now and although Rome is my hometown I feel like belonging to every single point you mentioned :-)


All you need to know except how not to be revulsed by graffiti on almost every immobile object.


Er, this magic powder mentioned in no. 34 -- what's it called and where can I get it? Thx!


Great list! A caffe' americano in the States is also espresso with some water, at least in San Francisco and Hawaii :)

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