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Tourists Protest Paying $21 for an Ice Cream Cone in Rome

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Gelateria in Rome (Photo: Shoot First, Eat Later/Flickr)

An ice cream parlor in Rome recently unleashed a wave of protests when it charged some British tourists $21 per ice cream cone.

It was just the latest instance of tourists getting ripped off in the Eternal City, as Megan Williams reports from Rome.

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