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I'd recommend Vodafone if possible. They usually have a kiosk within most Italian airports. (I can't remember if there is one in the Venice airport--been too long!) If not, TIM also can work. You'll need your passport and an address of where... See More
I would recommend Rome and Florence depending on what kind of nightlife you are looking for. Rome definitely offers more in terms of things to do and clubs to go to, but you won't feel as safe and the prices are more expensive... See More
One of the realizations I came to when starting to live a nomadic lifestyle is that the best way to see a place and to stay in shape was simply to run around your location. If you're headed to Europe, most cities are easily jog-able. Also, instead of taking buses... See More
Hi Stephanie, I would highly recommend Reykjavik. Not only is it small enough to easily get around, but there's also some absolutely gorgeous men here. Reykjavik is the capital city of Iceland and home to the younger population, so there is a wide... See More
Hi Kelly, Times Square is unfortunately one of the most expensive areas in Manhattan--it is probably the most-visited tourist destination spots in the city, which means that any activity or restaurant you choose is going to cost a lot of money. However,... See More
Hi, Valerie! This is a good question. As you probably already know, Venice is notoriously expensive. I lived there as a college student and had to learn how to enjoy myself on a budget--not an easy thing to do. I would recommend taking a free walking tour so you can... See More