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    I am going to Italy at the end of September for about 2 weeks, anybody who has been there have any tips for me? What to do, where to go, and vice versa. Any help would be appreciated. Also, if you have any useful websites or literature you would recommend, that would be helpful as well.
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    Make sure you take your chick to Venice and get a Gondola ride, cause you know she will drop the panties after.
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    eat pizza...
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    drink wine

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    go to the vatican

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    I've been all over Italy. Florence was a fantastic city well worth checking out. Everyone loves Venice but it wasn't my favorite. The canals smell like sewers because people go to the bathroom and was their clothes in it.


    I would highly, highly suggest you go to the famous Almafi coast. I've traveled quite a bit and this is still one of the most unforgettable experiences of my life. A good 45 minute van right atop a steep mountain and then you pop over the other side to the most insanely gorgeous view you've seen in your life. The city of Almafi was wonderful as well.

    Have fun. Italy is a blast
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    if theres any possible way, go to lake como. it is ethereal. and get pizza and birra up there. oh my god i miss it.


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    Lucky! I think I might be going to Italy the summer of 2008.

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    I am going to Venice from the 16th to the 17th October. Any tips would be appreciated for that, too.
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    Oh, also, I went to a wedding in Bologna about 3 years ago. It was a beautiful city. If you're going there, check out the The Two Towers, the town square, the football stadium, and some of the amazing porticos. And DEFINITELY walk up to the basilica. It's pretty exhausting, and up a steep hill, but the view from the top is totally worth it. Also, the nightlife in the city is pretty good - check out the student bar scene if you like that kind of thing.
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    #1 Extend your vacation, 2 weeks (Italy only? - awesome!) are not enough for Italy heh heh

    Rome, Venice, Florence, Milan, Tuscany, Naples, Pompeii, Amalfi Coast, Bologna ... tourist stuffs like, don't miss the Roman Colosseum (just voted in the global poll as contemporary wonders of the world), Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Vatican, yeah Lake Como, ride in Gondola, rent/ride bike/motorcycle with your wife in Rome heh heh, blowing glass in Florence, shopping in Milan ...

    Go to your nearest Barnes & Noble and Borders (and even to your local library) - there are ton of Italy travel books there. Read Rick Steve's and National Geographic for off the beaten path and out of this world Italy travel tips. Even MTV just published interesting travel books (not about crappy bands they like), they have a big one for Italy - with lot of good Italy entertainment travel tips. Rough Guides and Lonely Planet (their online - http://www.lonelyplanet.com/worldgui.../europe/italy/) are also 2 of my favorites.

    Web sites:

    Best places to visit in Italy:
    http://www.thereareplaces.com/Guidebook/pdest/itpts.htm

    Italytourism.it
    http://www.italytourism.it/eng/HTML/home/index.asp
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    La Dolce Vita, spumoni, tiramisu, gelato ...

    Ahhh, I love Italy. I'm so jealous!

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    We (the family & I) are leaving next week for a Europe vacation -- couple of days each in London and Paris, but then the main focus is a weeklong trip in Italy (Rome, Orvieto, Florence, Venice). I will let you know what I think are the highlights when I get back. I have been to Florence before, it's an amazing city. if you like art, the Uffizzi is everything.



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    Make sure you take your chick to Vienna and get a Gondola ride, cause you know she will drop the panties after.
    If you take your chick on a gondola ride in Vienna, she'll freeze her ass off and wonder why you're such a loser. Try a gondola ride in Venice instead.
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    Tom - if you need any help / recommendations / drugs whilst you're in London, feel free to contact me.
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    Thanks everybody for the responses! I knew this would be my best bet, had a feeling the Coachella board would be better then even a google search...I do have a tough decision to make, I will be flying into Malipensa airport in Milan, I just found out that I could get a really really good deal on a round trip flight and hotel stay package all in Milan, if I want to see several cities would you suggest purchasing the hotel room in Milan for the entirety of the trip or scrap it altogether and kind of improvise hotel stays while in Italy? I am trying to figure out if Milan is a pretty centralized city that I can use as my home base throughout the trip since I will be flying back from Malipensa as well as flying in.
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    I've been to Florence, Venice, Rome, Pisa, and Assissi. Pisa is obviously very touristy, and we didn't really do anything there except snap a picture of the Leaning Tower. Assissi is a very picturesque town, but if I were to go back to Italy, that wouldn't be my first choice of places to go.

    My favorite place was Florence. Definitely go there and check out the Duomo, the Uffizzi Gallery, and basically just explore the city. There is some amazing architecture there. There also used to be an Irish pub there called, I believe, Fiddler's Elbow, that was a nice place to relax, people watch, and down your weight in Guinness. (It's in the Santa Maria Novella Piazza if you're interested in checking it out.) Rome was nice but very crowded when we were there (some sort of religious holiday). The Sistine Chapel and Michelangelo's sculptures are must-sees. I agree with the Venice poster that the canals don't smell too great, but other than that, Venice is also definitely worth seeing. I remember it being very expensive though.

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    go to the Cinco Terra!!! it was my fav part of Italy BY FAR...its basically these 5 small towns on the northwestern coast of Italy (close to Nice, France) connected by a beautiful walking path overlooking the Mediterranean...you'll pass through olive and grape fields and be mesmerized by the incredible views

    also, i bought the absolute BEST wine and olive oil from there

    if you look in any travel book on Italy you should be able to find it and how to get there, etc...

    Have fun!

    oh, and avoid Naples/Napoli - its gross...
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    I've been to Florence, Venice, Rome, and Assissi many years ago. I really loved all the cities I went to. Italy is so beautiful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bartelby View Post
    go to the Cinco Terra!!! it was my fav part of Italy BY FAR
    it's actually cinque terra. it's not really a place you stop for a day or two, though, since it's kinda off the beaten path, especially if only in italy for a week. i backpacked through europe for 3 months in '02 and we rented an apartment there in monterosso for a week and it was so relaxing. we'd each buy a bottle of wine for like 3 euros(back when the exchange rate was $1 to 1 euro) and just relax on the beach for the day. we happened to be there during the 1 year anniversary of september 11th and it was the most beautiful thing, the town had organized this parade through the streets with a brass band and candles for everyone to light and carry.

    if you make it to florence then def. rent scooters and take off into the hills. we found this
    amazing hotel/vineyard about 15 miles outside the city in the middle of nowhere, completey stumbled on it by chance.

    rome was rome, crowded and hot, but still great. i almost passed out on the metro due to the heat, people get packed in like sardines and with summer heat it just sucks. watch your pockets for sure! you will also learn that deodorant is not always something the rest of the civilized world uses. my god, standing next to a sweaty italian holding onto the bar above his head SUCKED!

    i spent a day and a half in venice and that was enough, really expensive there. saw the typical tourist sites and left satisfied. bought an amazing carnival mask there that still hangs prominently on my dining room wall since it is so beautiful.

    we came into italy from switzerland and were harassed by the customs police on the train. they made us empty our bags so they could look for weed. told us that if we were hiding something and came clean that they would just let us go...yeah right! luckily i smoked the last joint before we got on the train in interlaken. so if coming into italy by train be ready to be profiled!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustSteve View Post
    it's actually cinque terra.
    It's actually Cinque Terre. If you're going to correct someone, get it right.
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    thx for the corrections boys....spanish, italian - its all the same ;-)

    regardless, one can visit there for a couple of days and still take most of it in...

    juststeve - looks like you were there almost exactly 1 year after i was...did you happen to rent your place from a guy at the train station who wore the bright white socks up to his knees?
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    nope, we rented from an older woman that my cousin met while we were looking for accomadations in monterosso. i know what you mean about the spanish/italian, that saved us and made it so much easier to get around, especially in the smaller towns where english isn't as common.

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    Apart from the obvious places, go to Trieste. East meets west (it's bordering Slovenia) with some quite unique architecture. Venice smells of shit for most of the summer, but worth a visit before it completely goes underwater. If you go around Rimini way (becoming rather trendy now, not the tourist shithole it used to be) , pop up to San Marino (the oldest constitutional republic in the world still existing) for some truly amazing views. (and some truly disturbing porn for sale next to the disney dvds for some reason).
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    Ok, I'll try to be brief.

    I'd get out of Milan as quickly as possible, but be sure to see the duomo in the city before you leave. It's one of the most beautiful in Italy. But otherwise Milan kinda sucks, very urban and a bit dirty - lots of graffiti, but great shopping. Parma is not far and you are guaranteed the most amazing cheese. Florence is IMO the most amazing city in Italy. All that has been mentioned is absolutely true. Just south of Florence is this great little town called San Casciano where in the center square you'll get the best gelati - mmmmmmm. Then just outside of San Casciano is a town called Greve and not far from there is a road that heads up to the hills and atop one of these is a fantastic restaurant and winery called Lamole. It's incredible!!! Unless you like to be touristy I'd do Rome in a day or two at the most - Vatican city, Trevi fountain, Pantheon etc. You could even stay in Florence and just drive down for the day. The beauty of the autostrada is you can drive really fast and it's beautiful Tuscan countryside. If you go north, obviously Venice, but if you can get even further north I highly recommend it. The Dolomites are some of the most amazing mountains in the world and Cortina d' Ampezzo is a wondrous little town. From there you can cut across to Verona and then over to the Lakes - Como is expensive, but pretty, I'd recommend the lesser known lakes and save a "little" money. We stayed at Lake Orta - really beautiful. From there you are not far from Milan.

    Well, good luck, have fun, and take lots of pictures.

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    Took a charter flight on a DC-10 to London, landed at Gatwick, took a bus to the center, called a friend from school who was selling hash, but she wasn't in. So I wandered around until it started to rain, then took a subway back to the friend's house and hung out there for four or five days. Saw the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace. Ate a grapefruit next to the Thames River, which reminded me a lot of the cover of that Pink Floyd album. Wrote my mom a postcard I never sent. Bought some speed from an Italian guy I bumped into. Smoked a lot of hash that had too much tobacco in it. Took a ferry and then a bus to Dingle, Ireland where I drank too much Guiness Stout after eating spaghetti and threw it all up in front of a movie theater just as people were walking out. Stayed in a hostel but the assholes that worked there made me collect peat moss for the fire so I got a room in a bed-and-breakfast. Went to Dublin. It rained a lot, it was expensive, so I split for Amsterdam. There was someone playing saxophone at Central Station, which was kind of pretty. Stayed with some friends in someone's basement. Smoked a lot of hash in Amsterdam too, but lost most of my stash in some museum. The museums were cool, I guess. Lots of Van Goghs and the Vermeers were intense. Wandered around, bought a lot of pastries, ate some intense waffles. The Dutch all know English so I didn't have to speak any Dutch, which was a relief. Wanted to rent a car but couldn't. The people I was staying with had bikes though, so I went biking one day and I saw a lot of cows and geese and canals. I pulled off to the side of the road, got stoned and fell asleep, woke up, wrote a little, took some acid, made a few drawings, and then went to the red light district in Den Haag, because I heard the whores are cleaner and better looking than the whores in Amsterdam -- which they were. I fucked one so hard that I skinned my knees. Ate lunch at a Burger King, which was better and no more expensive than the States. Stayed in the Amsterdam Youth Hostel where there were some cool German guys who spoke better English than I do. We bought some coke and I cruised the red light district until I found a brunette with big tits that reminds me of KJ. I gave her a hundred Guilders. She worked me up, mounted me, put on a good show, and in the end she pulled me out and I came between her tits -- even though I’m wearing a rubber. Afterward we made small talk about AIDS, her Moroccan pimp, and herself. I wake to the sound of a wino singing. It is eight AM and hot as blazes. Had a beer and then headed South to Paris. Climbed the Eifel Tower with this Canadian guy named Tim for only seven Francs because the ticket machine was broke. Got the hang of the Subways. Told Tim to get lost. Met a French girl who’s going to Camden. I think she gave me mono. Went to Pamplona for the running of the bulls. Never saw one bull but I almost got trampled by the crowd. Dropped acid at the Museo Gala-Dalí, which was a trip. Went to the lamest circus ever, a goat and two guys on unicycles. Went to Nice and ate Mexican food at a place called Calexico -- or Mexicali. Then went to Switzerland where I, ironically, couldn’t find anyone who had the time. Took the Glacier Express to Zermatt, the Matterhorn, and found out that I could ski it, which, when you’re there, you have to do -- but I didn’t have gloves so I used socks instead and froze my hands. It was slushy but fun. Ate some Sourdough bread that tasted like it was made with sour milk. Eurail Pass’d into Italy and accidently slept through Florence. Ended up in Rome which was big and hot and dirty. It was just like L.A., but with ruins. I went to the Vatican but couldn’t get in because I was wearing shorts. I could get into the Sistine Chapel, which now that it’s been cleaned looked fake. At the train station I met two girls from Germany who I drank warm beer with. They’re living for a full year on only nine dollars a day. I tease them and then turn the couchette into a huge bed and we all fuck. I wake dirty and tired in Brindisi, which is hot and filthy. I go with the German girls to get a ferry to Greece, but we have to take different boats because I’m on Eurail and they’re on Interail. On the ferry to Corfu I meet three American girls and a guy from Turkey who used the word “******” constantly. This offends the American girls and I use it to my advantage. When we get to Corfu the girls and I ditch the Turkish guy and rent a house on the beach together. I dry hump one of the girls, whose name I think was Sue. I wake to Sue’s fat face and go off on my own to get wasted. When I stumble back I make out with Sue for a while until she tells me that I’m being cold to her. So I leave again and get drunk on Ouzo and the waiters break plates onto my head. When I get back that night Sue is asleep and I go skinny dipping with her friend out to some rocks. We sit on the rocks for a while and then she grabs my dick and we start to make out. She calls me Mr. L.A. I come close to fucking her but she says she can’t because she’s engaged, which is bullshit. I leave the next morning before they get up and take the ferry back to Italy. On the train I meet some Dutch guys. We started drinking heavily. The Dutch guys seem like fags to me. I got so drunk I couldn’t see and exchanged my shirt with one of them. In Venice I try to fart and instead shit my pants. Back in my hotel I masturbate and have a pain in my groin. That night I dream about a beautiful girl half in water, stretching her lean body. She asks me if I like it and I tell her she could clean fish with it. I wake well rested, masturbate in shower, and check out. I make my way back to London and hang out in Piccadilly Circus at a comic book shop. I meet a cute girl from Amsterdam at a Whimpys while eating a Spicy Bean Burger. She’s an Oreo with a diamond in her front tooth. We get stoned and fuck at her flat to Michael Jackson records and the next morning I wake up talking to myself. I have a big bump on my head from flailing in my sleep. I get my stuff and barely make my plane back to the United States. I no longer know who I am and feel like the ghost of a total stranger.

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    Sounds very much like one of my treks through Europe. Oh, the memories.

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    Def don't stay too long in Milan - just too far off the beaten track. Imo Florence is knockout - make sure you take the bus up to the Piazza Michelangelo and then walk up to the church above and look back over the river to the old city - one of the best views in the world. Also if you're up there there's a little bar/cafe just slightly up the road from the square that has a great spread of snacks available at lunchtime (possibly only out of season, we were there in April) - totally free if you buy a beer or a glass of wine - and frequented by local people not just tourists.
    For the best meal experience of your life try I Latini - it's just amazing.
    Have fun!!

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    God, have fun!

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    I would love to go to Europe. France, Germany, and Italy would be my top three choices to go and visit. My dad went back there in 70's and traveled everywhere by train, except the one day where he and his friend hitched a ride on the autoban in this really old slow mercedes diesel, being passed by every car on the road (all of which were going like 3x the speed at least)...

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    I haven't been to Austria yet, and that's on my list of places I'd like to visit. However, this thread has me wanting to go back to Florence for an extended visit, with a few days exploring the surrounding countryside, and a few days exploring the Amalfi coast. Now I just need to hit the lottery and I can do that.

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    Best story I've ever heard about Europe came from my father when he was in the service. I believe he was stationed in Germany but on leave or some such shit found himself out by Pompeii--the city of that had been frozen in time by an volcanic eruption of Mt. Vesuvius millenia ago.

    Sure enough, Dad and the Air Force buddy who'd come with him found that there was some mechanism (I can't remember the specifics) by which you could have yourself carried up to the top--or somewhere quite near the top--of Mt. Vesuvius itself.

    There they stood on the side of a mountain that had been covered entirely in about four feet of condensed ash. And so they took off running...

    They was Dad described it was so incredible, I feel like I'm doing it an injustice. But here's the gist: the decline of the mountainside they were running down was quite steep. Steep enough that with every powerful leap forward they took they not only moved four or five or six feet forward but more importantly 10 or 15 or 20 feet downward. But thanks to that several feet thick coating of ash their landing was always well-cushioned, and so these two young airborne bounded down the side of the world's most notorious volcano in fantastic leaps, their angle of descent so steep that stopping would have been messy at best and so they were happily consigned to running at full speed forward--but really downward--all the way to the bottom.

    I recommend seeing if you can still do that.
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