Welcome aboard. My son spent some time in England with a partner from Verona, I learned a little about Verona. A beautiful place.
Welcome aboard. You'll enjoy it here!
If you ever get to Idaho look me up. I should be back there soon.
J E Custom - FYI The word ciao
(Italian pronunciation: [ˈtʃa.o]
, English: /ˈtʃaʊ/
) is an informal Italian
, meaning either "goodbye
" or "hello
". Originally from the Venetian language
, it was adopted
by Italians and eventually entered the vocabulary of English
and of many other languages around the world. The word is mostly used as "goodbye" or "bye" in English, but in modern Italian and in other languages it may mean "hello" or "goodbye".
Hey, we Italians have to stick together
and spread the culture. We are too few and far between around here