I was so excited to be on the beach this summer. After all, it was my first trip to Italy and I’ve been wanting to go for years. But for some reason, I didn’t make it happen because I was too busy worrying about my family and getting ready to leave for the trip.
The fact is, Italy is a beautiful country full of great food, but it is also a country full of terrible planning. A lot of the big tourist sites are located in Italy, and there are tons of great spots to stop and rest, but you will also have to deal with long lines at a lot of these places.
The problem is, Italians tend to be a little bit too ambitious when it comes to their tourist infrastructure. For instance, if you are planning on going to Porto Venere, you will probably need to sign a waiver claiming that you are not a medical tourist. Italy is full of hospitals, and many of the places you need to get to have a signed waiver with your name on it.
Italy is actually pretty decent when it comes to its tourist infrastructure. However, it is also full of long-winded, overly-complicated regulations and other bureaucratic quirks that make it difficult to get your money’s worth. If your resort is a bit more secluded, you will probably be fine.
While the idea of Italy as a tourist destination is fun and appealing, the reality is that you’ll probably spend a ton of time there (as the Italian government would like you to) simply trying to get around the various regulations and bureaucracy Spain.
There is a bit of a catch, however, and that’s the fact that Italy has a reputation for being a very bureaucratic place. In fact there have been a couple of recent stories about Italy not providing accurate information about the locations of the many tourist spots that will host visitors in any given year. Italy is not exactly known for its honesty and transparency, so you might want to be prepared for some weirdness.
It’s a bit of a catch for the reason that the tourist spots we’re talking about are not the ones you would go to for a vacation, but rather the ones that will be shut down by the local government, which have strict rules about what constitutes a tourist spot. The Italians are pretty strict about what they deem a tourist spot, so if you break the rules you could get some serious jail time.
So it is kind of a catch, but also somewhat of a blessing. Because the tourists that the cops are targeting are not actually tourists. The tourists that the police are targeting are the people that have the money. The people that put the rules in place to help their money are the people that are breaking their own regulations. The Italians are pretty up front about that, so if you get away with the stuff that you did, you’ll get a slap on the wrist.
The Italian government has a rule that they will never extradite anyone to Italy (even when they’re on trial). This rule is written into law because of the difficulty of getting in touch with the Italian government. You have to know the government’s number in order to get in touch with them. The Italians that are being charged have a phone number that no one but the Italian government knows how to get.
It is a rule, but still if you get caught with a bag full of drugs and a bunch of guns, you can walk away. That means you can get a slap on the wrist.