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Mini requirements and observations while travelling in Italy

Not everything written is original. Somewhat like the name brands sold on the streets, by the illegal/legal “vendor”, in the ancient towns and cities of Italy. Let me begin with the following:
Travel Differently- I realised very early on that, for me, travelling was the best way of learning. I have a free spirit, and I hope the following may prove useful to other walkabouts – free spirits, even pilgrims.
1. Avoid Museums: This might seem to be absurd advice, but let us just think about it a little. If you are in a foreign city, isn’t is far more interesting to go in search of the present than the past? It is just that people feel obliged to go to museums because they learned as children that travelling was about seeking out that kind of culture. Obviously, museums are important, but they require time and objectivity – you need to know what you want to see there, otherwise you will leave with a sense of having seen a few really fundamental things, but don’t remember what they truly were.
2. Hang out in bars: Bars are the places where life in the city reveals itself, not in museums. By bars I don’t mean discotheques, but the places where ordinary people go, have a drink, ponder the weather, and are always ready for a chat. Buy a newspaper and enjoy the ebb and flow of people. If someone strikes a conversation, however silly, join in: you cannot judge the beauty of a particular path just by looking at the gate.
3. Be open: The best tour guide is someone who lives in the place, knows everything about it, is proud of his or her city, but does not work for an agency. Go out into the street, choose the person you want to talk to, and ask them something (Where is the Cathedral? Where is the post office?) If nothing comes of it, try someone else – I guarantee that by the end of the day you will have found yourself an excellent companion.
4. Try to travel alone or – if you are married – with your spouse: It will be harder work, no one will be there taking care of you, but only in this way can you truly leave your own country behind. Travelling with a group is a way of being in a foreign country while speaking your mother tongue, doing whatever the leader of the flock tells you to do, and taking more interest in group gossip than in the place you are visiting.
5. Don’t compare: Don’t compare anything – prices, standards of hygiene, quality of life, means of transport, nothing! You are not travelling in order to prove that you have a better life than other people. Your aim is to find out how other people live, what they can teach you, how they deal with reality and the extraordinary.
6. Understand that everyone understands you: Even if you don’t speak the language, don’t be afraid. I’ve been to lots of places where I could not communicate with words at all, and I always found support, guidance, useful advice and even long term friends. Some people think that if they travel alone, they will set off down the street and be lost forever. Just make sure you have the hotel card in your pocket and – if the worst comes to worst – flag down a taxi and show the card to the driver.
7. Don’t buy too much: Spend your money on the things you won’t need to carry; tickets to a good play, restaurants and trips. Nowadays, with the global economy and internet, you can buy anything you want without having to pay excess baggage.
8. Don’t try to see the world in a month: It is far better to stay in a city for four or five days than to visit five cities in a week. A city is like a capricious women; she takes time to be seduced and to reveal herself completely.
9. A journey is an adventure: Henry Miller used to say that it is far more important to discover a church that no one else had ever heard of than to go to Rome and feel obliged to visit the Sistine Chapel with two hundred thousand other tourists bellowing in your ear. By all means go to the Sistine Chapel, but wander the streets too, explore alley ways, experience the freedom of looking for something – quite what you don’t know, but which, if you find it, will, you can be sure, change your life.
Faith or Faithless- Don’t be surprised to meet Italians who have lost their faith, who may have thought, being faithless was “New Age” or having faith was “Old News”. Either way with this decrease in attendance to the churches dotted around Italy’s towns and cities, is a growing number, of all ages, of Italians who know little about their religion or culture and or its dedicated religious public and local holidays. If you ask, they may look at you blankly or shrug their shoulders and tell you what they believe it may be. I’ve listed those mostly celebrated nationally in Italy and why…
· 1st January New Years - (Capodanno) first day of the year
· 6th January The Epiphany – (La Befana) based on the story of the three wise men (or Kings) offering Jesus gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh
· 20th March Equinox (season) – when the Sun shines directly on the equator and the length of night and day are nearly equal
· 14th April 2017 Good Friday – (Venerdi Santo) commemorates Jesus Christ’s crucifixion and death
· 16th April 2017 Easter Day – (Pasqua) commemorates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from death (Normally set around the date of the March Equinox)
· 17th April 2017 Easter Monday – (La Pasquetta) continues from Easter Sunday
· 25th April Liberation Day / The Feast of Saint Mark – (Festa della Liberazione) marks the fall of Mussolini’s Italian Social Republic and the end of Nazi occupation in Italy in 1945
(La Festa di San Marco) Venice’s patron saint
· 1st May International Workers Day / May Day – (La festa dei lavoratori or Festa del Lavoro) commemorates the labour union movement’s social and economic achievements
· 2nd June Republic Day – (Festa della Repubblica) it celebrates the day when Italians voted to abolish the monarchy in 1946 so the country could become a republic
· 20th or 21st June Solstice (season) – Longest day of the year
· 24th June The feast of St John – (Festa di San Giovanni) honours St John the Baptist, the Patron Saint of Florence, Genoa and Turin…walnut harvest
· 29th June The feast of St Peter and Paul – (La fest di San Pietro e Paolo) in honour of the two Catholic Saints in Rome.
· 1st July My/Maria’s birthday – (Compleanno di Maria) celebrates my life and birth
· 15th August Assumption Day (Ferragosto) – Assumption of May celebrates the Catholic belief that God took the body of Jesus’ mother Mary into heaven at her death
· 19th September The Feast of Saint Januarius – (La festa di San Gennaro) in Naples honours the Catholic Saint San Gennaro
· 22nd September Equinox (Season) when the Sun shines directly on the equator and the length of night and day are nearly equal
· 1st November All Saints Day – (Festa di tutti I Santi) which collectively celebrates all the Catholic Saints
· 7th December The Feast of St Ambrose – (Sant’Ambrogio) the celebration of the Patron Saint of Milan · 8th December The Feast of The Immaculate Conception – L’Immacolata Concezione) commemorates when Mary, the Mother of Jesus, was graced by God to lead a life “free of Sin” according to Catholic belief
· 21st December Solstice (season) – Shortest day of the year
· 25th December Christmas Day – (Natale) celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ
· 26th December St Stephen’s Day – (Il giorno di Santo Stefano) first Christian martyr, stoned to death :(
· 31st December New Years - (La festa di San Silvestro) to celebrate the last day of the year Take advantage of these national and also local holidays.
Be part of the celebrations, visit a local church, the parade and even if you don’t understand the words, try to appreciate the day’s ceremony for what it is.
People- Italians love to hate, love to gossip, love to speak about food and wine, love to debate, love to break rules, love to complain, love to play around on their partners, love their kids, love to blame politics, love to talk and watch football, love to look good, love to look important, love to act intelligent and well informed, love to talk about the economic crisis, love to use other people’s opinions, love to make love… or at least they use to. They are not bad people! The population throughout Italy are vastly different, yet have many “mannerisms” which are the same. The people of the North like to impose judgement on the Southern Italian, especially the ones who have never been 20 km south of their own town or city. The Southern Italian sees the North as rich, full of prosperity and evolving. I’ve never met or heard a Northerner or Southerner mention Central Italy. Does it exist? Southerners are described as Torrone”, lazy, Mafiosi, backward, warm, cultural and traditionalists, hospitable with better food and great cooks. Northerners are described as cold, frenetic, unfriendly, less traditional, richer and somewhat serious. My experience and observations are these: North and South both have exceptional food, with the south cultivating more due to weather, and admittedly the taste does differ.
The Mafia exists ALL OVER Italy, under different names. Once it was structured and secret and allegedly engaged in smuggling, racketeering, trafficking in narcotics, and other criminal activities. It was said to have started in the 1870’s, now found amongst our councils and government. Everyone is quick to judge one and the other. The truth is I’ve only encountered hospitable and warm people, some may be weary at first and less inclined to offer a coffee, but others will show you the way of the Italian. Through friendship, generosity and kind words with many stories to tell. A smile coupled with “buon giorno signora”; it’s enough to put my day on the right path.
The Italian man is Romulus, a lost pup without his mother’s teat. Not so manly nor the Hercules I may have once been led to believe he was. Never too far from mamma, especially now a days, that he is comfortable living with mamma e papa, who pay for almost everything and do almost everything for him until their dying days. He goes out with his mates, has Aperitivo – eats more than he drinks and looks pretty cool. He is well dressed has a degree or three, but will not work in any field other than those studied, even if this means staying at home without an income. He is made for the office as labour is below him as he may break a nail or wreck his soft smooth hands. The Northerner will leave these jobs to the Southern Italian and other immigrants. If he is a Southerner he will either love the South and all it offers or do everything to work in the North, staying with the Zie (the relatives) until he realises it is perhaps time to move on.
Whereas, the Italian women are mostly looking stunning all the time, and out to find a man who is well off, drives a nice car and is wearing the right wear. No tracksuits outside of the house, unless she is doing sport, as one must look their best at all times! Before she has said anything, she has looked me up and down top to toe, then she’ll lean in to give me 3 cheek touches (kisses). She is never straight to the point, it takes her a while to tell you what she wants or needs. She does not want to hurt your feelings, to your face. She is quite busy, heaps on or bored with something or somebody, and loves a good gossip and will invite you for a coffee, but never set a date. They’ll envy my lifestyle but could never do anything of the sought because; Italians hardly ever travel alone and are not spontaneous enough. Everything needs to be booked in.
There is a crisis, they mention it daily, yet they consume an enormous amount and are extremely wasteful by what I have seen. They are not very happy about the economic crisis as it means they have to think and work harder; possibly for less. It means they need to leave earlier to go to work, perhaps even to a job they don’t care too much about. Or far away from “the genitori” and in a career they never studied.
It is almost like they are paralysed mentally and some even physically. (It is a metaphor folks). They now have a whole new lot of competition coming in and they don’t like it. It means they either have to be exceptional and think outside of the box, quite a new concept for some, or work with new immigrants, others are not good at this.
Business- Business has changed all over the world and Italy has suffered, they are not very good at fighting for what they want. They are somewhat young really, not more than 150+ years united and they still have an “us and them” mentality. I could even call it egotistical and narrow. But good golly they are survivors, a once rich country with savings and everything at their fingertips, they did not need the outside world. A new lot of Italians will learn fast to capture what is being lost to grow and be proactive, to once again face the rainy day.
Trenitalia / tenord (websites)
Bus Companies Alibus – Malpensa Airport to Lake Maggiore/
Bla bla car (car pool)
Bike – your own or hire it
I’ve practically used all means of transport here in Italy, bar my own car. I do well without it, I love making spare of the moment decisions and also having an idea of what I want to see. It is easy to travel in Italy, you need some patience and enjoy observing or striking up a conversation or two with people.
When you are purchasing, remember these helpful phrases;
Buon giorno (Good Day)
Buona serra (Good evening)
Signora / Signore parle Inglese? (Madam/Sir do you speak English?)
Dove’ si compri il biglietto? (Where do I buy a ticket?)
Andata per (One way to)
Andata e ritorno (there and back)
Che ora? (What time)
Partenza (departure)
Arrivo (arrival)
Quanto costa? (How much does it cost?)
Qualle binario? (Which platform?)
Qualle Carozza? (Which Coach?)
Qualle poste? (Which seat)
From the airport to major cities you have buses; they start at 7euro on way, eg; Milano Central to Malpensa Airport -Terminal 1/2. Some can be pre-booked but most have a bus stop at the airport. You can catch a cab for about 50 euro and a train for approx. 15 euro Check before and it also helps to look at the websites and ask the flight attendants if they know. Relax and ask the staff as you exit customs for bus info or other transport information. You can even car pool – check a day before with blabla car.
Maps- Not always available at the airport – but it doesn’t hurt to ask at the money exchange as they sell them for 2 euro. Printing one prior is also a good idea with the metro lines etc. Some places have put together some wonderful maps with “hidden gems”. Information Centres and hostels are a great way to find out what is happening around the city or town even the country. If you can’t find an information centre ask at the local bar and look on the doors as they may have posters which advertise local gigs, theatre, sagra’s (local food festivals) or even exhibitions.
Food -Places to eat: Food and Italy go hand in hand, we are proud of the produce and how it is prepared. Local food is easily obtainable at the weekly markets, sometimes daily if you are in parts of Florence. Enjoy your goodies while sitting near a lake or by the sea; Formaggio (cheese), pomodori (tomatoes), frutta (fruit), verdure (vegetables), pane (bread) and mezzo litro di vino (1/2 litre wine). And if you are in a small town ask, where the best place is to buy some local food. You have so much to choose from; on a cold and blowy day head to an Osteria / Taverna / Enotecca or Pizzeria. These guys have local food and are worth the visit. This is when you may need to ask a local which one is well worth eating at. Also remember Italians love to eat late, get talking and before you know it you may be cooking and eating together. The bars vary in price depending on the city and the location. It is not the Italian custom to place FREE water on the tables.
Water (acqua) 550ml 1-2 euro – still or sparkling
Café at the bar 1 – 1.50 euro
Café Americano (long black) 1.50 euro +
Cappuccio 1.50 euro +
Spremuta di oranghi 2 euro +
Each region has its own speciality – it is always pleasurable to find out what they are.
Sleeping; Hostels, albergo, B&B’s some places do not advertise so ask in bars or information centres.
AIRBNB offers some great places in wonderful locations and are not too pricey. You can even book last minute
Farmhouses are a great way to spend with Italian out of the cities
Camp grounds are wonderful if you want to stay outdoors.
Whilst travelling I’ve stayed in all types of accommodation and all types of beds, sofas or even a mat and sleeping bag. My stars count ranges from 1 star to under the sky (no limit). It all depends on what you need and what you want. If I’ve wanted to be part of the community or at least get a feel of being in a different place then my choice has been Farm Stays/guesthouses and small family run Albergi.
AIRBNB has been useful when I’ve travelled and wanted to stay near or with locals in a city. Hostels have kept me in touch with a larger community of travellers both international travellers and national. They are a mix and a great way to meet different cultures and exchange great travelling stories and tips. Camping here in Italy is very different from camping down under. Maybe my dear Uncle Bob and I had different ideas while travelling in Australia. Here, I’ve noticed Italians camp with comfort. Good on them, we all see it differently. Whatever the way you decide to accommodate yourself remember try new places and leave yourself with some flexibility – last minute places can be those that become the most memorable.
Love and attitude
In the five years I’ve lived and travelled here, I have witnessed such love between couples. They stop in the street, an exchange of kisses and a look so deep that words couldn’t have made the moment any better than it already was. The elder couples who still laugh, joke and hold hands as they walk together. The man who brushes his amore’s hair from her face and she smiles before they kiss briefly but with such love and passion. WOW! I feel like a voyeur. The language of love between the younger generations is different. Here I’ve observed a language more “slang” perhaps even aggressive and explicit. Perhaps it is an age thing, but even in my 20’s I would never have exchanged love in this way. Yet, I realise it is their exchange; one that perhaps works for them.
I need to burst the stereotype thinking, give you a realisation check – the Italian Latin Lover no longer exists :(. Sad that I am sharing such horrid news. He will rarely woe you with charm and give you compliments that send you blushing, my counterpart will mumble in hope that you might hear him and then… well you can count on different circumstances.
1. He’s single and lives with his parents.
2. He’s as shy as a turtle!
3. He’s married.
There is hope though as all is not lost. We have Italian men who are worldly and open and even if he is a 1, 2 or 3 he is wanting to learn more about you, the traveller and what you think of his country. He will introduce you to new places and people and you will learn that we still have wonders to discover.
Breaking the rules;
I realised very quickly that Italians have rules only they chose not to comply. Why? Because the law force cannot be bothered with paper work and they can get away with not following the regulations given. Yes, you will see and witness strange car parking, no one standing in lines, they may even place themselves in front of you. ALL Italians even politicians speak on their phone while driving. Children are hardly ever safely strapped in the car and beware when crossing the road, pedestrians need to be brave when crossing. These have not dampened my travel spirit. I accept their ways and thank my angels for allowing me to cross safely.
And so here ends my observations and memories to enlighten you on Italy and the Italian. You will have your own experiences and I wish your travels take you to a place that lasts in your heart and soul. Amongst people that you exchange the language of travel.
15 hours ago - Via Google+ - View - Jay Day : (Response to The Remnant regarding the Ann Barhhardt artricle causing such a stir!)

Ann, and the rest of us, are Elijah, the rest of the best of us are the chosen people, wanting of the virtue of virility, to confront the prophets of baal. Like Ann, I want to be the first of the martyrs to die, white or otherwise, fighting these diabolically-narcissist gnostic bitches. One can figuratively fasten the cross to one's waist so one can brandish Our Lady's Rosary in one hand with the sword of the Angels Of Gethsamene (These were the legions The Eternal Father would have sent if Our Lord had disdained The Passion. Imagine their Angelic Anger, rage, and violence they would have meted out on the demonic should they have been loosed that Good Friday! Pray The Eternal Father see in the eyes of His suffering children The Face Of His Beloved Son, so before The Purification, evil may face one more epoch defeat, as The Angels of Gethsamene sate their thirst to purify a creation soiled by one of their own!) in the other. There is a part of the RRR crowd that still courts the approval and welcome of the neo-catholics. There is no part of effeminate cowardice I wish to embrace. In fact it is every bit of reserve I have not to demand that the edict of St. Pius V, regarding sodomites and homophiles, not be observed again with enthusiasm! Nay, I need not wait for human initiative, my hope is in a Restoration I hope to bless here or in the next place. Seeing as we are to die soon, shouldn't time be like talents given by The Master?

Remnant Moderator Mod > J D • 13 hours ago

"This is not the stuff of which martyrs are made." - St. Thomas More....the Catholic attitude that, in the end, found him alone on the scaffold ready to actually die for Christ, rather than talk about it.

If you will, St. Thomas More's struggle was the very opposite of this matter. There we had a good pope, exercising his Primacy, in defending The Sacrament of Matrimony, against a then-hero-but-future-arch heretic (in the manner of Tertullian and Origen once Apostolic-Fathers-died-heretics). St. Thomas More's delicate balance was his loyalty to Church, country, and former friend who had bestowed many honors and privileges on him.

In Bergoglio, we have a blaspheming modernist intent on making sacrilege a satanic instrument/mockery of The Sacrament of Confession. It is most certainly the abomination of desolation spoken of in Daniel. It is most certainly the reason why our Lady Of Sorrows will remove Her Immaculate Hand from the ARM of THE ETERNAL FATHER bringing upon us the natural, man-made, and supernatural DAY OF THE LORD that will make the parlor tricks of the antichrist look like a bungling magician at a toddlers birthday party! We don't have time for beers. burgers, and cigars at some Hegelian dialectic where we kiss in the middle! The hour is late!

We are not worthy to die as HE did! So let our scaffold be preaching in season and out of season putting all things in the balance! We calll cowardice prudence awaiting Heaven to give us HIS paradigm, as if our temerity deserves it! HE could do all things, so HIS silence was the purest Humility and Heroism, unknowable and unsearchable by mortal minds, was such that only THE DIVINE could do!

Let our witness be St. John The Baptist on this His Great Feast! Do we really believe we could sacrifice everything to protect The Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity Of THE LORD and HIS Holy Bride, under The Mantle of The Immaculata, and be lost to the iniquitous torture chambers of hell on some perceived technicality?

If we cannot be men, let The-Maid-Of-Loraine (and Ann) teach us what confronting the enemies of Christ in secular and ecclesial authority means! In fact the popes of v-2 were every bit of the effete coward that the cravenly King Of France was at her time. In truth, under the watch of four popes, from 1973 on, almost a billion babies were lost to surgical and chemical abortions worldwide, with millions of souls damned for cooperating with same, if unrepentant. In this time there were endless encyclicals, marches, pilgrimages, and feeling-good-about-doing-good theatre when what we needed was a ceaseless parade of Popes, Cardinals, Bishops, and Priests offering their blood, if need be, to protect innocence.

Bergoglio is different.

Bergoglio is merely a destroyer.

Sir, if I heard your child being raped in a room , I would not ruminate about the demands of God's Will, Respect of Authority, or Congeniality. Be he pope or president, the perpetrator would feel a wrath, I would pray most earnestly, was other-worldly Neither would I judge the child-rapist, for only God can judge at that soul's particular judgment. My only thought would be..

Setting up the meeting.

Salve Regina Mater Misericordia! VIVA CHRISTO REY!!!
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