MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.
– For years, Italian resorts have been known for their top-notch resorts and luxurious accommodations, but as more and more Americans begin to travel to Europe, some resorts are getting a bit more expensive.
The number of Americans visiting Italy has risen dramatically in recent years, according to the International Business Times, which reported in January that Italy has become the top destination for U.S. visitors, overtaking China.
As of January, the United States accounted for 12.2 percent of the world’s population, while Italy was second at 9.9 percent.
At Mammoth Ski Resort, for example, there are five bedrooms, two baths and a restaurant.
The resort’s website says it has five ski lifts, three of which are accessible, and five water parks, with the first offering water sports for the entire family.
Mammoth, which has hosted the Winter Olympics, has a resort hotel, a ski lodge and a three-star hotel.
The resorts main resort, a two-star resort, has an Italian-themed restaurant, a bar and lounge, as well as a spa and wellness center.
It’s unclear how Mammoth will change with the arrival of more Americans, but for some, the change is significant.
For the most part, Italians have become accustomed to high standards of living, according a report by The Times that surveyed Italian tourists about their experience of the United Kingdom and France.
In the U.K., for example: A number of Brits have visited Italy for the first time in decades, and there is a large Italian population in the country.
A majority of Italians surveyed said that they are satisfied with the lifestyle, and a majority also said they are very satisfied with their experience in the U to Italy.
Americans, meanwhile, are much more likely to say that they enjoy their stay in Italy, with 73 percent of those surveyed saying they are happy with their stay.
According to The Times, Italian travelers are more likely than Americans to want to visit the U, with a third of Italians saying they want to travel back to Italy as soon as possible.
But Italians aren’t alone when it comes to wanting to return to Italy from the U and France, the report also found.
About 20 percent of Americans said they would want to stay in the United State if it meant going back to the U or France, compared to 19 percent of Italians.