Who has been to Italy in mid-September?

Old Sep 22nd, 2009, 03:14 PM
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Old Sep 22nd, 2009, 03:15 PM
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All this thread is doing for <i>me</i> is making me jealous of all of you who are on your way to Mediterranean Europe in the autumn.

It's weird...when I was younger, I had no problem only being able to go every 5 years.

Now I can barely manage having to wait more than a year
between trips. Unfortunately (or fortunately, since I do love my house!), we have a mortgage to pay...


Anyway, kiss the ground for me, kids!
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Old Sep 23rd, 2009, 08:58 PM
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We are still here in Italy and loving it! It was hot in Rome with some showers at night. Here in Sorrento, the weather has been a bit cloudy with one unbelievable thunderstorm the other night. Yesterday was gorgeous - we went to Gaeta. Today we hoped to just relax by the pool but the weather seems cloudy again.
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Old Sep 23rd, 2009, 09:11 PM
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Great advice!! Can I wear a white skirt or white slacks in Rome in October or would people just point and stare?
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Well, the Keen,Sydneys didn't work for me. Another big Rats!
I ordered a pair of Born sandals and they seem to be doing really well,


I also have a weird pair of Birkenstocks that are solid creamy tan leather with a cloth socky thing around the top. They feel good as well. My feet seem to do much better if I keep rotating the shoes.


I just might take four pair of shoes and take out some of the clothes. You sure know your old when the shoes are the most important part of your ensemble. As the saying goes, "When my feet ain't happy, my entire self ain't happy."

I'll try to remember to tell y'all how the shoe trip went.
Thanks for all the packing help everyone!
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Old Sep 24th, 2009, 07:36 AM
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Sorry about the Sydneys, Bramsole.
Now I feel not only guilty but also useless (though I'm happily wearing my 3-year-old, two-trips-to-Italy Sydneys as I write this!)
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I am a regular traveller to Italy, and it is warm in September. I would pack a sweater and raincoat for the cooler evenings and odd rain. Good walking sandals and closed toed shoes. Leave the flip flops for the beach and the stilettos for your evening dinner strolls.
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ItalCanadian - you registered to respond to a 5 year old thread.
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