Traveling to Italy by Mark Juliano
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Hosted by: Mark Juliano
Phone Number: (724) 444-7444
Call ID: 10
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Title: EP40 - Mark Juliano interviews Debra Levinson - Travel Consultant



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Past Episodes (40)

Time: Duration: Title: Recordings:
03/14/2007 03:00 PM EDT
33:31
EP40 - Mark Juliano interviews Debra Levinson - Travel Consultant
   
02/16/2007 10:15 AM EST
28:44
EP39 - Boat to Greece and Italy Cruises
   
02/08/2007 06:55 PM EST
25:23
EPISODE38 - Story - Kids and Chianti Valley
   
01/23/2007 02:00 PM EST
14:30
EPISODE37 - Let's Talk about London
   
01/12/2007 01:00 PM EST
36:09
EP36 - Special Guest authors of Italy from a Backpack
   
01/05/2007 05:00 PM EST
33:51
EPISODE35 - Naples - what do and see
   
01/02/2007 11:16 PM EST
13:59
EPISODE34 - The Calcio Storico soccer game
   
12/16/2006 06:58 PM EST
24:01
EPISODE33 - Top 10 things - All of Italy
   
12/06/2006 11:19 PM EST
33:37
EP32 - I'm ready to go to Italy. Now what?
   
11/30/2006 11:45 PM EST
22:23
EPISODE31 - Story - Over the Alps to Switzerland
   
11/21/2006 11:30 PM EST
25:08
EPISODE30 - Amalfi - Top 10 Things to see & do
   
11/15/2006 11:15 PM EST
28:22
EPISODE29 - Italian Museums - Top 10
   
11/08/2006 11:15 PM EST
24:16
EP28 - Eating in Italy - Top 10 Things to Eat
   
11/02/2006 12:30 AM EST
29:50
EP27 - Florence - Top 10 Things to see & do
   
10/25/2006 11:00 PM EDT
21:14
EP26 - Tuscany South/East - Top 10 Things to see & do
   

Reviews


Planning my trip - Reviewer: JVbytheSea 11/11/06 12:50 PM EST
Full Comment: We are currently planning our first trip to Italy. We will be going for two weeks starting April 29, 2007. Your talkcast has been a great help in our planning and prioritizing. Thanks for your very easy style. We learn so much each episode. Looking forward to more. Upon our return I'll have some notes to compare. Thanks again.

i listened - Reviewer: ralphdagza 11/02/06 01:00 AM EST
Full Comment: and i learned :)

EPISODE14 - Basic Italian for Travelers - Reviewer: sassink 08/26/06 03:43 PM EDT
Full Comment: Thank you for this talkcast. I am going to Italy for the first time, Sept 5-18, and this episode is just in time. Waiting to hear the Basic Italian for Restaurants talkcast.

Great Host - Reviewer: CamDodd 07/12/06 05:12 PM EDT
Full Comment: The host has great knowledge of Italy and it's surroundings. He gives very descriptive details about the places he is talking about. All in all, a great talkcast.

Great stories - Reviewer: Jonesy 07/12/06 09:48 AM EDT
Full Comment: I love the stories - Episodes 2, 7, 9. Also, #9 is particulary outstanding and sounds like a real professional writer/reader. They're entertaining and interesting. Host has really "been there done that"

Excellent Talkcast - knowledgeable host - Reviewer: LarryF 06/20/06 09:52 PM EDT
Full Comment: Highly recommended. This Talkcast is interesting and informative. Host has been to Italy many times and gives interesting insider information and opinions. Episode 5 gives good ideas on where to stay when in Rome. Episode 1 is very interesting about Florence, where host has been many times. Episode 2 is a fun and real-life story.

great talkcast - Reviewer: colbert 06/18/06 12:08 PM EDT
Full Comment: I've been to Rome in April 2006 and hope to go back to Italy next year. Great info about Florence....Thanks...Now I know how to get there ..I'll add this to my ipod Nano too

Good Primer on Florence - Reviewer: audiothink 06/16/06 12:29 PM EDT
Full Comment: Last month, my wife and I honeymooned for a week in Florence (and a week in Rome, a week in Paris, as well as a week in the U.K.) Jules thoughtfully describes Florence from a human perspective. He hits the major sites (Duomo, Ponte Vecchio, Boboli Gardens, Uffizi Gallery, Pitti Palace) and shares insightful food recommendations (e.g., trattorias, avoid the train station fare), including useful translations and sightseeing advice. Let me add to his thoughts on Siena: rent a motor scooter and ride through the Tuscany vineyards--you'll love the countryside. Bill Bryson's book, Neither Here nor There, is somewhat critical of Florence's tourist population--so take heed and go early in the Spring, as we did.

Venice and Rome are most excellent - Reviewer: rakk 06/13/06 02:44 PM EDT
Full Comment: The Amalfi coast is awesome too.

Never been to Italy - Reviewer: wolf 06/07/06 12:40 PM EDT
Full Comment: I have never been to Italy but by listening to the show I have a better idea of what to expect (if I would travel to Italy) and some places to visit while I am there.