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Old 07-28-2003, 11:51 AM   #1
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hello i am a 24 year old male from louisana i just graduated from collegge. i am planning a trip to fly into italy--after that i do not know what i am going to do or want to plan anything--i plan on staying overseas for a year--i bought my tickect for oct 1 nonrefundable--any tips (places to stay, things fun to do, jobs!! anything that anyone could tell me would be great!)

and if anyone is interesting in coming--come on!

i really have no idea what is going to happen -that is what i am most excited about!
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Old 07-28-2003, 12:21 PM   #2
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hi james, this was taken from a post a while ago:

I live in the Marche region in Italy (the central part). I have an extra room which I rent out in the summer months to travellers who need a break from travelling. People that just want to be "home" and chill and recharge for a few days before being off to finish reconquering Europe or wherever it is the wind may blow.

This goes without saying but I will say it the same- no wackos (wacky is ok) - no stinkys ( I mean stinking because you have been travelling all day is one thing - stinking because you want to make a statement is just not cool) - and no whiners allowed.

Kid haters wouldn't like it here either since I have a few of my own plus all the ones from the neighborhood.

For more info contact: kellytree@hotmail.com

OH, the price??? The price per day is 30 Euros - that is with meals ( that we eat together ) ------

------ the price can go down if you have any services to barter (for example painting)

hope that works out for you.
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