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Trip Report How Do You Know They Are Not Killers? — An Italy Trip Report

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How Do You Know They Are Not Killers? — An Italy Trip Report

19 March–7 April 2011

BACKGROUND
I've visited Venice and Florence a number of times, so this report will have descriptions of lesser-known places and experiences. Some people seemed to enjoy the details of daily life in my previous report, so I’m encouraged to report again the day-to-day humdrum life during my visit with an Italian friend in her home. Here's a link to that report:

http://www.fodors.com/community/europe/getting-to-know-the-carabinieri-an-overdue-italy-trip-report.cfm

Since my trip in 2008, R kept inviting me to visit her again in Florence, Italy. I’d also been dreaming of a luxuriously lengthy stay in Venice that would allow me to finally see the more obscure sights I’d missed on previous trips. R and I discussed that we might also travel to some other part of Italy as her schedule allowed.

As my plans developed, my friend P decided to join me for part of my trip. As on a previous Italy trip together, he was happy to follow whatever I planned, figuring that activities of interest to me will be of interest to him as well, as long as we feed his passion for gelato — not a real problem.

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