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Holiday 2014


Dmitch

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Hi,

 

Mrs and myself are looking to book a holiday in early July for a week or two for our 1st wedding anniversary and are having problems making a decision.

 

We think we have narrowed down our options to Greece (islands) or Italy (any suggestions welcome!)

 

As this will be our 1st anniversary we are looking for something dead relaxing not really wanting a all inclusive thing!

 

We aren't the types to go clubbing late into the night but would still like the option to go our for a late evening in a bar. We would like to be within easy reach of a city for shopping and site seeing (if possible) wouldn't mid giving diving a go but would settle for snorkelling.

 

wedding and honeymoon cost a bomb so trying to do this as cheap as possible

 

 

Any where you guys can recommend id be most appreciative! i will visit trail finders tomorrow as well seeing as we used them for the honeymoon but this is dangerous as i will end up in Sri Lanka or Bali if im not careful!

 

Cheers as always for your helpful tips in advance!

 

 

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Daniel02mi,

You have used 4 exclamation marks in your opening post. I think you need to calm the f*** down before you think of going on these fancy holidays you've got your heart set on.

 

correct. more than one exclamation mark is the typing of a closet serial killer.

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Yeah found a static camp site outside of venice so thinking could do that for 3 days then move on to the lakes and stay in a mid range hotel. Is it worth renting a car for the lakes?

If you're happy commuting into Venice.

 

A car is good for the lakes, if you want to see more than one, or even if you just want to go round Garda. There are buses and the boat is a nice way to go from one town to another.

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If you're happy commuting into Venice.

 

A car is good for the lakes, if you want to see more than one, or even if you just want to go round Garda. There are buses and the boat is a nice way to go from one town to another.

 

I went for my honeymoon, we went to Garda another small lake, Molveno. We didn't hire a car but we walked a lot and got around by bus.

 

It was 17 years ago, and TBH I can't remember if we ever thought a car would have been handy.

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