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Bike Sharing, a wonderful way to move around cities. Cheap, fast, sustainable. Here's how to do it in #Milan   #London   #Vienna   #Paris  
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Un aggiornamento dal fronte pizze a Londra: abbiamo provato due nuovi Franco Manca e abbiamo visitato i ragazzi di Santa Maria a Ealing dopo il loro rinnovo locali...più in forma che mai!
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La pizza è una di quelle cose a cui nessun italiano può rinunciare. Sia che siate a Londra per viverci o per vacanza, non perdetevi le migliori pizzerie.
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A sei anni dal #terremoto   la nostra visita e la speranza che L'Aquila possa presto risorgere http://bit.ly/laquilafenice   #LAquila  
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When seen in the context of such breath-taking beauty, a spot of everyday ugliness can be harder to accept. 
The time we took a day long boat trip from Mandalay to Bagan > http://bit.ly/boattobagan

Visto nel contesto di una tale surreale bellezza, un a manifestazione di trivialità è più difficile da accettare.
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Our first day in Mandalay: a climb to an iconic sunset spot, a great Shan restaurant and a remarkable party http://bit.ly/mandalayhill 

[IT] Il nostro primo giorno a Mandalay si conclude con la visita all'iconica collina, la scoperta di un ottimo ristorante Shan e un party scatenato http://bit.ly/16SqnPV
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Il resoconto tragicomico dell'impresa #Eroica  in #Toscana tra bici d'epoca, dolci colline e rinfreschi a vino e salumi
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Eroica di primavera o “la mia coppa Cobram”. Cronaca della mia travi-eroica partecipazione all'Eroica di primavera di Buonconvento con il "Team Expedia"
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*Oyster Card London" update
Now getting a refund for your #Oyster  is easier than ever! Here's how: http://bit.ly/oysterlondon

[IT] Ottenere un rimborso della Oyster è ancora più facile. Scoprite come: http://bit.ly/oysterlondra
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One of the best approaches to a new culture is their markets. In Mandalay we visited two. Just in case. http://bit.ly/marketsmandalay

Il miglior modo per avvicinarsi ad una nuova cultura è passare dai loro mercati. Per non sbagliarci, a Mandalay ne abbiamo visitati due diametralmente opposti. http://bit.ly/mercatimandalay
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Arriving in #Mandalay  can be a bit of a cultural shock, something resembling a trip back in time... http://bit.ly/1F9QDkD

Il nostro arrivo a Mandalay, anche in italiano: http://bit.ly/1zVW34e
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This man makes it look easy...it took me three days of practice to master this skill! :)
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A great place to stay in Puglia, in a charming town few minutes away from sea, forest and motorway. Giuseppe is a fantastic host, helpful and accommodating. The B&B is directly connected with the Pizzicato bar, home of delicious breakfasts, homemade pastries and superb cocktails
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The rooms are comfortable and clean, breakfast is decent, but the male staff is rude to an incredibly annoying level. They make it quite clear that you are nothing but a money cow to them, therefore you must be ruthlessly milked. They organised two bus trips for us that were a complete failure, and they struggled to understand any request formulated in simple English but went ballistic when they found out we bought our bus out of Bagan from another agency, showing a surprising command of the language. Steer clear of these people. Also wifi signal is almost non existent, never managed to connect once.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Reliable and professional, Ivan did the job quickly and to high standards. He moved many boxes full of fragile stuff and several pieces of antique furnitures without a scratch or a dent. I will definitely call him again!
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
I understand that every experience differs from others, and some nights can be the wrong night in some restaurants. But I really don't understand why so many positive reviews for this place. The food is mediocre and overrated. The staff is rude and so unprofessionally organised that made me want to get up and do the job for them. Plus there are ridiculous queues. I guess people's judgement might be biased by the hype surrounding a place sometimes.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Great place for a quick meal, tasty piadina (soft white tortilla bread) filled with sliced cured meats, vegetables and sauces. Take your time with the menu but avoid lunch time as it might be quite busy.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
If I had to choose a Lisbon food to die with that would be "Arroz the Marisco" (seafood risotto) at Marisqueria Uma. Il risotto ai frutti di mare, arroz de marisco, alla Marisqueria Uma è indescrivibile, va provata. Non potete lasciare Lisbona senza una cena qui.
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reviewed a year ago
It's a shame to see the work of this great artist in such a place. 15 is a rip off for what is offered, the museum is clearly more concerned of squeezing tourists dry with audioguides, souvenirs, food and drinks. The rooms are not clearly in temporary order and a path is not clearly indicated. The ground floor room is tucked between a flight of stairs and the lounge. Last friday there was even a music event which made a peaceful fruition of Van Gogh paintings nearly impossible. And the music was rubbish!
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