How do I find someone I’ve only met once, with only a first name?
I recently came back from a camping holiday in Italy and while there I met someone and instantly fell in love. Trouble is, we never spoke and then,just as i was going to talk to her, i found out that they’d left. Now i need to find her anyway i can but with only a first name (I don’t even know how to spell it), her younger brother’s first name and a contact number for the campsite but i don’t know if I could get any info from them. I also think she might be from london but that’s only a guess from the accent of another girl she was staying with.
I’m going to try searching through facebook but it’s a bit daunting the amount of Catherine’s there must be in London.
Any help or ideas would be greatly apprecciated
If you’ve NEVER spoken to her, you’re NOT in love….
You’re just in love with her looks and there’s more to a woman than that.
Besides, you won’t be able to track her anyway.
Me and some friends are off to italy on holiday. Does anyone know anywhere good to go camping near Lake Como?
Preferably on the lake edge. And we fly in via Bergamo airport so easy access from there would be great. Or does anyone know any forums for this kind of info?
You can check here:
Map of Lake Como – http://www.bellagio.co.nz/lakecomo.html
im going to italy whats the age i can buy any sort of alcohol ?
im going to tuscany in italy and i am staying at a holiday camp, called park albatross and would like too know if i can buy alcohol from the shop on the camp,and drink alcohol when im at a resturant with my family, im 16 thanks
Today this rule (purchasing or drinking in public places, since there’s no drinking age in Italy) is set by local administrations; in Trentino the age is 18, everywhere else no more than 16.
There’s no limit about amounts or strength (with a possible excpetion in the city of Genoa: 18 for strong liquors; but I’m not sure wheter they actually put this limit, after discussing about).
Be aware some shops may have their own rule not to sell any alcoholic drinks to minor of 18 (like Coop, the most important chain in Italy).
I’m not aware of stricter limits wherever in Tuscany, you just have to check to the camp self-applied rules, that may actually be stricter.
However, I strongly suggest you to be aware there’s a difference between “drinking” (a way to socialize and having fun) and “getting drunk”, so be judicious.
How much money will I need for a 2 week holiday in Italy in August? Also is it easy to camp?
There are many campsites in Italy, but August is in the main holiday period, and what I hear from friend who holiday that way, the best places on the nice campsites book out about 9 months ahead.
I think you will still be able to find reasonable sites now, but do not wait till June with booking, unless you want to travel round with a tiny shelter tent and stay just one night per campsite, for that kind of camping there are different prebooking times. (I guess that phoning in the day before might be enough in most cases but as I have not done it, I am not sure.)
For money, if you plan on a cheap campsite, bringing your own tent, and being careful with your money, count on at least €50 per person per day, more if you want to eat out and play the tourist (up to €150 per person per day if you go luxurious and have a big trailer home with you.)
If you have never camped before, walk into your nearest travel agency and see if they have some brochures on camping with the rent of a tent or trailer that is already set up for you on the campsite. That will take the difficult parts out of the travel and let you enjoy the experience without having to invest in camp gear, (which does not come cheap.)
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