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Im going to Italy!

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I will be traveling to Italy and hopefully a few other places, July 1st - Sept 19th. I am just graduating culinary school and want to experience Italy. So needless to say food is an interest.

I am on a tight budget and its a long trip. Was thinking of trying to stay in hostels, or possible work for board, for a month or so. i am planning to see France (late July) and maybe couple other countries, but mostly want to explore Italy. I know it's high tourist season so i would like to get off the beaten path a little. I am flying in and out of Milan. Lake Como has been a place i have always wanted to go. Any suggestions on how to save money, or friendly foodie places not so crowded?
Thanks :D

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