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... who knew you would turn out to be the holy land of gluten free products? Pizza, pasta, even croissants: Katharina asked for it and you delivered. We got stuck with Boggy’s first breakdown and besides being totally frustrated we asked ourselves: Italy, really?! Of alle places, this is the one that doesn’t really have to offer anything to us while waiting for Boggy to be fixed. You proved us wrong and offered la dolce vita: kilometers of empty beaches, beautiful small bays and a trullo with our private pool on an olive plantation. And let’s not forget that Katharina drank her weight in Aperol Spritz and Bjoern ate his in pizza. 


Mille Grazie!

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