Cappuccino e dolcetto nel “Caffé Negresco”, Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore, Roma

I’ ve been to Rome again and I hate coming back from Italy, because Cappuccino is so great in Italy that the first one you drink once you come back is always a disappointment. This one was enjoyed in Rome to delay the first swiss or german Cappuccino. Although it was very good, the price is a bit of a knockout in the worst sense. It cost € 4. 50 and it was enjoyed at the caffé negresco on Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore. I’ ve known this café since 2005. Back then it was inexpensive and the waiters were Italian. Now they’ ve got cheap waiters but sky high prices, so the sympathy for this place is lost. I don’ t think I’ ll go there again. I just don’ t like people being taken advantage of and others getting rich at the same time. And this is a typical example of tourists being put upon. They don’ t have a lot of regular customers, but tourists who are coming there once. They still make enough money with this place. And the tourists are served by poorly paid people who don’ t stand a chance for a better job.

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