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Flying to Rome tomorrow, then onto Sorrento, Capri, Amalfi, just for a week.

Two questions, and as always apologies for asking the same questions that have been asked a million times.

first, I read that the attire in Italy or Rome or Amalfi is not shorts, not as casual as it is in New York(?), and is that so? Just going for one week, so expecting to bring jeans, a sport jacket and a bunch of short sleeve button down shirts. Are nice jeans o.k?

second, while I might use credit cards mostly, should I buy euros at JFK or at the Rome Airport or at my new york bank (actually I recall buying euros for my daughter and I had to order them!)

thanks for any guidance on either.

J

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