I'm planning on going to Italy this summer, and I was wondering if you guys had any recommendations on places to go or things to eat. Ideally, I plan to stay in one or two regions over about 2 weeks, and I want to try real Italian food, instead of the stuff they serve tourists. Unfortunately, I don't know how to speak Italian (the most I know is a little Spanish), and I don't have a lot of connections in Italy. Any suggestions?
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2/25/06 at 9:46pm