Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge- Buildings

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Palazzo

In Italian, Palazzo means palace, so maybe I am just so overwhelmed by the Bellagio and Encore and Paris hotels that I do not understand why this one was named The Palace. They couldn’t even use English, as if the Italian makes it more exclusive. I much prefer the Econo-Lodge not far from my home, when visiting dignitaries (my uncles, aunt, and cousins) come to visit. (Econo-Lodge in Italian is Lodge Economico)!

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30 thoughts on “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge- Buildings

  1. By the way, coming directly to your blog to visit, I see all these wonderful posts that I don’t remember seeing in my reader. Imagine my surprise when I look at the follow/following button, only to find that the WP genie has, once again, removed my “follow” from your blog. Aarrghhhh. What is up with this?? I just found the same thing on Han’s blog too. Anyway, I’m baaaack…

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    1. Just can’t get rid of you, can I? 🙂 I think Han and I have to come up with some new idea. Maybe a death ray. Not that I want to kill you or anyone. I just happen to be reading something about a death ray and that’s what came to mind! I have no excuse for not commenting on your or other’s posts. I have just been so busy. I apologize! I plan on being very busy reading and commenting on as many posts as possible this week and next and from now on!

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      1. Death ray, huh? Well, that’s going out with a bang… or a flash …
        Anyway, no worries about commenting. I actually think we’ve had this conversation before. There just aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything we’d like. I used to pride myself on always leaving some kind of meaningful comment on a post but lately I’m coming to find that if I wait until I have time to do that, my blogging buddies will think I’m ignoring them completely. So as much as I dislike merely leaving “likes,” I’m realizing they serve as a nice hello and are at least a form of interaction. That’s my story and I’m stickin’ to it 🙂

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