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  1. Yup thats right ANOTHER alla italia report, same ceilings, same pillars, same copper bath rar rar rar. always loved the look of this place and was fairly near the top of the list for our little roadtrip, have to say as beautiful and grande the place looks its a shame its all fake as shit!, on the way over raw told me about the "painted ceilings" peeling away at the corners which says its obviously a print, the balcony railings are plastic and the pillars are marbled plaster-which to be fair faux marbling is a skill in itself, basically its a painting technique which involves applying the paint with a feather to imitate the veins in marble. fake or not it's still a very photogenic building, unfortunately i was wielding a pissed lens so i had to make do taking pics at weird angles until jane was done and could lend me hers to do some symmetrical stuff. previously a health spa in the centre of a rather posh town in belgium, as far as i know plans are for it to be turned into a hotel. -highly recommend the gorgonzola steak at the italian joint over the road on with the picturegraphs thanks for looking kids, rave hard but rave safe.