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icecream.jpgA group of British tourists in Rome was charged 64 euros ($84 USD) for four ice creams and it has hit a "nerve." Officials in Rome said that "such practises harmed the image of Italy." But the managers of the store explained that "the ice creams were worth the money because they were large." [Telegraph]

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