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sala-camino
Naples

The first room called "Camino" is the main room which overlooks the kitchen, so called because in it there is a fireplace that does make it warm and cozy in winter. In this room while eating you can admire the work that takes place in the kitchen, so you can steal even the small secrets. Still in the same room is the corner delicatessen, a corner lot provided for those who love mouth watering sausages and cheeses.

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