Greetings from Italy!

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  1. Shooter

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    I'd have to agree. I've seen a lot of places, but Italy is probably my favorite. This is my third trip here.
     
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    Spain is better. :MARIS61:
     
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    I've never been to Spain (beyond Barcelona, at least.) But my favourite country continues to be England. I like Italy, but the driving is insane and for whatever reason Tuscany and Umbria never really get me that excited. I'm not a huge fan of big cities anymore, so I doubt I'll ever revisit Florence or Rome. I really enjoy the coasts, though.

    I'm really, really looking forward to revisiting Croatia, though. The clear water, the sun, the views, the fantastic weather...and really very, very affordable. I have very fond memories of renting a boat and snorkeling there. Hvar, Croatia seems like the perfect antidote for English rain.
     
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    I suggest Valencia though, if you ever go through Spain and are bargain-hunting. One of my butler's butlers found me a platinum facsimile of a Sorolla composition I've always wanted to engrave onto the crest of my Aurelian clavier.
     
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    Is Siena worth spending some time in? I was only there for maybe 2 hours as we were just driving through. I've wanted to go during the horse race they have there, looks like a good time.

    How are you getting around? Trains, car?
     
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