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I love travelling but I don't get enough of it. I've seen a bit of three continents (Africa, America and Asia, in alphabetical order) and a lot more of Europe, but there's always room for new experiences.

I'm also interested in promoting the knowledge of my own mother tongue; if you like Italian, you may want to join http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/42949/italian-language-usage


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revised OK we're all adults here, so really, how on earth should I use a squat toilet?
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answered OK we're all adults here, so really, how on earth should I use a squat toilet?
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revised Why are airline passengers asked to lift up window shades during takeoff and landing?
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comment Northern Italy: east to west or west to east?
@MarkE. I haven't forgotten that I should write something more about what to see, I just haven't had time to do it yet, but I'll try my best to provide you with suggestions.
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comment Northern Italy: east to west or west to east?
Absolutely not skipped, on the contrary! What I meant is that people normally don't realize how many interesting things there are here to visit, and just have a quick look at it. Here you should visit Brera Museum, da Vinci's Last Supper (to be booked early in advance), Poldi Pezzoli Museum, Sforza Castle (with a Michelangelo's Pietà), St Ambrose's Church, the Duomo, and little jewels like St Satiro's Church (if you studied art, it is a masterpiece of perspective). If you wish, I'll think of other things and get back to you with suggestions.
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answered Northern Italy: east to west or west to east?
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comment Will bringing your own bottle of wine to a restaurant in France cause bad service?
I'd go by Gilles' answer below; in addition to it, and as an amendment to your question, consider that tipping is not compulsory in France, so there is no direct connection between your idea of bringing your own bottle and the tipping option.
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revised Is there still uncharted land?
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revised What is the youngest new natural landmass that can be visited?
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revised Budget backpacking through Norway
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