Blessed are the children

Travelling with a child is never easy, but the welcome that children get in Italy helps make up for the inconveniences, writes Ken Doherty.

24th March, 2012
Blessed are the children
The city of Genoa. Photo: Thinkstock

Travelling with a child is never easy, but the welcome that children get in Italy helps make up for the inconveniences, writes Ken Doherty.

The plates are cleared and the baby is reclined on top of the white linen-topped table. Luckily, we are in Italy - or all three of us would no doubt have been ejected from the restaurant for anti-social behaviour. We have just made light work of a spectacularly tasty meal in...

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