Just some suits out getting a breath of fresh air on the terrace, no big deal. I've decided that in Italy, people really like to give everything air- laundry is always air-dried, throw rugs are thrown over the balcony, doors opened to air-out a room (it's December), and once I even saw all the pillows lined up in a row on the windowsill. It's a wonderful concept that demonstrates a connectivity that can only exist in places that are a tad warmer year-round and a luxury that I never had in Canada. You cannot really air out your bedsheets in -40 degrees.
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Jasmine is a former pharmacist turned writer and wine drinker from Alberta, Canada living "the sweet life" in Bergamo, Italy.
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