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Giving travel pointers

My best friend is coming to visit in a few months and I'm trying to give her pointers on traveling to Europe. Naturally, part of these pointers are specific to Italy. It's getting a bit commical.

"Fiumicino is a large aiport but does have signs in English, just not always in the most logical of places. Between following the pack from your flight and the signs you'll get to baggage claim."

Anyone have commical advice they have to give for visitors?

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Re: Giving travel pointers

  • When my good friends came to visit us in January we told them to take the Aircoach to Ballsbrigde where we live. We made sure they undrestood that the bus driver would ask them when arriving at the stop, "Have you bags?" (which you would respond "yes" to) which can sound like "Have your bags?" (which you would respond "no" to as they are in the storage compartment). You can see how there would be a risk of the coach driver taking off with your luggage! So we told our friends to answer the question by saying "we need to retrieve our bags" :-)
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