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Posted on: November 25, 2008 at 10:45AM

A little sugar goes a long way. But, watch your purse/wallet. You're not the first unsuspecting tourist the people there have seen. When purchasing things, I acted "the dumb blonde", "now, let's see, I gave you $X, so I should get $Y back?" Quanto costa (how much does this cost? goes a long way too) Please (per favore) and thank you (grazie). Be complimentary: Questa e Bella! This is beautiful! Buon Giorno! (Good Day) But, keep your eyes open. Walk! You'll discover museums, fountains, gellaterias, etc. where you wouldn't expect. report a problem

Posted on: September 13, 2011 at 9:54PM

Great advice...thank you..or should I say, grazie!

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