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Russell Greene

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QInterlaken: Winter todo's and clothing

My family is traveling to Interlaken at New Years, we live in a warm climate and have to buy appropriate footwear, outerware etc. What is a good boot and coat for winter alpine conditions? We are also going to Lapland at the same time so we will need something that can... See More


AReading (Pennsylvania) to Daytona Beach: Alternate route avoiding I-95

Speaking only for South Carolina and points south, the drive from Little River to Beaufort is quite nice. The Grand Strand is somewhat hectic with tourists but Georgetown​ is a nice spot to stop with a few inns in town. Or, depending on time, Charleston​... See More


ASeville: Travelling to Seville

Triana is where you can see "real" flamenco.  Late at night in the local bars.  But if you want to see profesionals beutifully executing their craft you must get a ticket to one of the shows in a theatre, I like La Casa del Flamenco - Auditorio... See More


ARome: Traveling with older teenage boys to Rome and Florence

I think both cities are relatively quiet at night unless you are in an area where ther are more students.  In Rome, around the Piazza Navona​ &Pantheon​ it is quiet after 2300 and you are conveniently located to Trevi... See More


AItaly: 10 or 12 days in Italy, where to go

I am on board with the other answers.  3-4 Days in each city is good.  I would suggest trying to book air tickets that let you arrive and depart from different places.  Start in Rome & end in Venice or the other way round.  There are direct flights... See More


QHong Kong: Tips for a family vacation in Hong Kong

My wife and I are traveling to Hong Kong in February of 2017 with our 4.5 year old daughter. What are some suggestions for family things to do during the day and great dining at night. We are adventurous eaters who enjoy local flavor & style. Also, I'm considering... See More


AItaly: What is the weather in Italy like in October?

Depending on which part of Italy you visit, typical weather in late October is quite nice.  Cool sunny days and cooler clear evenings, allowing one to dress more comfortably in pants and sweater.  Plus I  have found that crowds are thinner this time of year as well and... See More


ARome: First trip to Italy, where should we stay in Rome and Venice?

In Venice, as others have said, walking is easy so location is not as important. But use Trip Advisor and/or Rick Steves for reviews and value. Everyone want the most for their money, therefore I would suggest smaller family run operations. They are typically friendlier... See More


QGeorgia (State): Good Road Food in Georgia?

My family and I will be traveling through coastal Georgia mid June along I-95/Rte17 and are looking for a good spot for lunch. Maybe just north of or into Brunswick. No chains please and something with history would be best. Thanks for any and all replies. See More


QVenice: Venice restaurants that showcase local flavor

i will be in Venice in August and I'm looking for any restaurants that are indicative of regional quisine. Quality over comfort.  See More


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