The euro may cost about $1.22, but lower prices make Italy a bargain for Americans. Our accommodations, all clean, comfy and with full bathrooms, have been from $70 to $100 a night, all but one including breakfast.
We bought breakfast once: four yummy, fresh baked items, four Americanos and two sandwiches for lunch. Yep, that was 11,40 euro, about $14, for everything!
Last night in Gubbio, a litre of good white wine with hot appetizers, was 6 euro, less than $8. Our wine at LAX cost $16…per glass!