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CIGARETTE packs in Italy carry big, bold, scary slogans and warnings. Democrat photo by Krysten Kellum


The weekly Daley: It’s different over there

By From page A6 | August 23, 2013

Everyone in Italy and France smokes. So when in Rome … Of course not everyone there smokes, but a heck of a lot of them do, especially at sidewalk cafes and just walking around. Smoking-related etiquette must be culturally governed as there are few signs prohibiting smoking. I never saw anyone smoking inside a restaurant but never saw a sign telling you not to either.

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