• Why do you think Jesus said it is hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven?

    I think its because rich people are more complicated than poor people And the more complicated you are - the harder it is for you to find God sometimes complicated people don't want to accept the simplicity of God
    I think its because rich people are more complicated than poor people And the more complicated you are - the harder it is for you to find God sometimes complicated people don't want to accept the simplicity of God
    17 answers · Bologna · 2 hours ago
  • Are Italian ships bringing in millions of homeless African Muslims from Libya coast to Europe?

    Best answer: I certainly hope not. We should sink them.
    Best answer: I certainly hope not. We should sink them.
    5 answers · Rome · 2 weeks ago
  • Car radio was fine, but got in it few hours radio now it is a bit distorted why/ solution?

    Chevy Malibu 2002 Base Stereos
    Chevy Malibu 2002 Base Stereos
    4 answers · Perugia · 2 weeks ago
  • Local union is refusing to "let me leave". What are my rights?

    Best answer: In Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, (1977), SCOTUS ruled that you can leave a union by sending your request in writing by registered mail. However, if the new union you wish to join is affiliated with your old union it can refuse to admit you for a year under "no raiding" rules.
    Best answer: In Abood v. Detroit Board of Education, (1977), SCOTUS ruled that you can leave a union by sending your request in writing by registered mail. However, if the new union you wish to join is affiliated with your old union it can refuse to admit you for a year under "no raiding" rules.
    9 answers · Bologna · 4 weeks ago
  • What are the "must-see" things north of Rome, Italy?

    Florence, Venice, Milan, Genoa, Pisa, etc What places are worth stopping and what is there to see? Thank you.
    Florence, Venice, Milan, Genoa, Pisa, etc What places are worth stopping and what is there to see? Thank you.
    4 answers · Other - Italy · 3 weeks ago
  • How do I get to Italy?

    Hello, I need real information so please don’t be rude. I would like to plan a trip to italy. I am a cameroon citizen living in the u.s with an expired cameroon passport. I am not a us citizen but permanent resident of 12 years. My husband is an american born citizen (if that matters). Please tell me what steps to... show more
    Hello, I need real information so please don’t be rude. I would like to plan a trip to italy. I am a cameroon citizen living in the u.s with an expired cameroon passport. I am not a us citizen but permanent resident of 12 years. My husband is an american born citizen (if that matters). Please tell me what steps to take to get to italy as the cameroon embassy never pick up their phones. And also as a cameroonian citizen am i allowed out of the country to go to italy and will i be able to get back to the us? Again please dont be rude i sound clueless because i really don’t know and it is my first time and the embassy wont answer my calls. Thank you.
    7 answers · Rome · 1 month ago
  • Should i go to Italy for 10 days or buy a Macbook Pro?

    Best answer: I would go to Italy for 10 days. 1. Good experience 2. Makes a time to relax 3. Time is money Why I would choose it over Macbook Pro: 1. macbook is just a so called better version of an ordinary computer 2. you would use it pretty much for the same thing u use with what you are using right now to go on yahoo... show more
    Best answer: I would go to Italy for 10 days.
    1. Good experience
    2. Makes a time to relax
    3. Time is money

    Why I would choose it over Macbook Pro:
    1. macbook is just a so called better version of an ordinary computer
    2. you would use it pretty much for the same thing u use with what you are using right now to go on yahoo answers
    3. you won't be able to make much experiences with it, and it's not exactly relaxing.
    7 answers · Other - Italy · 1 month ago
  • How much money should two students bring to Venice?

    Best answer: Your choices for getting around Venice are walking and taking the vaporetto, or bus boat. There are no cars. So yes, you could save some money. You could manage easily enough on €80 per day each. But there are some things you should know about entering a café for a snack: do not sit at a table, no matter how... show more
    Best answer: Your choices for getting around Venice are walking and taking the vaporetto, or bus boat. There are no cars. So yes, you could save some money.

    You could manage easily enough on €80 per day each. But there are some things you should know about entering a café for a snack: do not sit at a table, no matter how nicely they invite you. Stay at the counter, order you coffee and snack 'al volto'. If you sit at a table, they can and will hit you with a service charge, and in some places it's €7 per person, which makes for a very expensive cup of coffee.

    It would be a mistake to eat pot noodles at all in Italy. You can get cheap eats in pizzerias or spaghetterias, won't be fancy decor but you'll fill your belly. They don't do big breakfasts, you get coffee and a simple roll. Trattoria, which tend to be family-run places, are the next level of Italian eaterie, and and top of the heat are the ristorante places.

    Photography in Venice? Get up early, be up for 4 am for the early morning light and the mist over the canal and lagoon. It will be quiet then, compared to later in the day when the tourists take over. And yes, it will be HEAVING. Hope you have your budget accommodation already sorted.
    5 answers · Venice · 1 month ago
  • How do I get from Milan Malpensa airport (MXP) to Lampugnano bus station?

    Are there any trains/buses or shuttles? how much would a taxi cost? I get to MXP at 7:45am and i have to b at the station by 10
    Are there any trains/buses or shuttles? how much would a taxi cost? I get to MXP at 7:45am and i have to b at the station by 10
    4 answers · Other - Italy · 1 month ago
  • Areas to stay in near Venice for vacation?

    We are doing a two week European trip. It includes 10 day Slovenia, Croatia tour. We first stay in Venice for three nights on our own. On the way back, we have two nights. Was wondering any suggestions on nearby cities. Was thinking Trieste or some nearby coasts close to Venice. Any suggestions? Is Trieste a good... show more
    We are doing a two week European trip. It includes 10 day Slovenia, Croatia tour. We first stay in Venice for three nights on our own. On the way back, we have two nights. Was wondering any suggestions on nearby cities. Was thinking Trieste or some nearby coasts close to Venice. Any suggestions? Is Trieste a good place?
    4 answers · Venice · 2 months ago
  • Is it easy to travel from Los Angeles, CA to Rome, Italy?

    One of my biggest lifetime goals is to visit Rome. I'm not rich, but I'm not poor either. I won't give my exact age, but I'm in my teens. How easy would it be for me to make it to Rome?
    One of my biggest lifetime goals is to visit Rome. I'm not rich, but I'm not poor either. I won't give my exact age, but I'm in my teens. How easy would it be for me to make it to Rome?
    7 answers · Other - Italy · 2 months ago
  • Ferry price from Genoa to Corsica?

    Best answer: https://www.corsica-ferries.co.uk/?_ga=2...

    from savona (1 hour from genoa) a 2 way ticket in august 80+160€
    Best answer: https://www.corsica-ferries.co.uk/?_ga=2...

    from savona (1 hour from genoa) a 2 way ticket in august 80+160€
    4 answers · Genoa · 3 months ago
  • Do they make good pizza and pasta at Italian restaurants owned by Indians and Pakistanis in Rome?

    Best answer: Have you ever seen the movie ROCKY BALBOA? In that movie Paulie says " Hey Rocco italian food made by a bunch of mexicans aint so special." The same applies here
    Best answer: Have you ever seen the movie ROCKY BALBOA? In that movie Paulie says " Hey Rocco italian food made by a bunch of mexicans aint so special." The same applies here
    6 answers · Rome · 3 months ago