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Old 05-01-2016, 07:05 PM
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Quick spontaneous knowledge and intuition tells me Italy without any hesitation compared to California. Even though I have equal respectful opinions, and California is my top one favorite state, this entire comparison isn't a reciprocal matter. Italy ending up having infinitely more variation all over the diverse nation, compared to just one state of a Continental agglomeration error.

Italy is not quite corresponding to California. Identity isn't similar enough, and wonderfully exotic, and alien to each other. Although, there are Northern to Southern regions extra massive dramatic discrepancies going on in Italy, and California feeling you are completely entering another land within the same administrative entity.

Relevant experience includes traveling to Northern regions of Italy August 2015, and having extremely euphoric ultimate adventure of endless fun. I am enjoying my visit to California around February 2009. My favorite areas of Italy I know of are Lombardia, Tuscuny, Lazio, Campania, Trentino Alto Adige, Fruili Venezia Giulia, Veneto, Piedmonte, Liguria, Valle d'Oasta, Sardegna, Sicily, Puglia, Calabria, Milan, Turin, Genoa, Rome, Naples, La Spezia, Campania, Amalfi, Cinque-Terre, Venice, Sanremo, Alassio, Florence, Bologna, Lecce, Trieste, Italian Alps Dolomites, Mediterranean, and Adriatic. While for California, it's San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Sierra Nevadas, Southern Cascades, Santa Barbera, Santa Cruz, Carmel, Cambria, Big Sur, and South Lake Tahoe near Nevada. After NYC/Seattle, I am probably going to live in California to San Francisco area. I want to live around Italy even more, especially Milan.

Each available option Italy, and California is very unique atmosphere, and offering top of the World emotional, and visual surroundings ultimate adventure.
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