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Travel and other cultures-
Sometimes Americans have no idea what it's like to live elsewhere and have what we have. Even visiting/vacationing they are only seeing a fraction of it, and not representative of what it's really like for the people who live there (resorts, tourist locations). Having an opportunity to travel is such a privilege. I'm grateful for every new adventure I can go on.

Wow, you are so lucky to have gotten the opportunity to live in so many places. What was your favorite? What was your least favorite?

Marco island is beautiful. Our neighbors built a house there 3 years ago and they go back and forth. Love Captiva too, got married there. My FIL is in Naples. The houses in his community are to die for! Love Florida homes/designs. I've been all over Florida. Lots of great places to go (love outdoors and water sports) you can keep your Miami traffic though- my goodness . We've gotten caught in that more than once.

We actually got caught on 7 mile bridge years ago- motorcycle fatality and they had to shut down the whole bridge until the coroner could get there. Literally hours. We almost missed a concert we were hitting at Miami arena and in the middle our rental convertible had an electronic mishap and we couldn't put top up or windows down LOL. We were praying we didn't have one of those Florida rain swells! Fun trip. Can't wait to go back down!

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That's a horrible bridge story, but as as a South Florida resident I have to defend the area and say it could have happened on any number of bridges elsewhere around the country.

Loved living in all the places I did. What was my favorite? If I really had to choose maybe I'd say Madrid. Finished high school there. (fun factoid: I went to school with Mario Batali. Yes, that Mario Batali. He was my classmate at the American School of Madrid. Small school. We took a number of classes together, but I think the most memorable was that we were two of the only five students in Calculus. He's also in my graduation class picture.) Second choice probably was Geneva. But now I love, love Miami. Yes, traffic sucks, but I don't know any large, cosmopolitan, global city that doesn't have its fair share of traffic.

But to be totally honest, I think my travels just taught me to make the best of every place I lived. I saw so many people bitching and moaning about how the new country they were in wasn't as good for one reason or another as the country they were from. Whiners. Just the different foods made the stays amazing. Oh, and the cars! If you want to see truly amazing rides, stand in front of the Casino in Monte Carlo! Wow! At a more pedestrian level, I got to know Renault, Vauxhall, Opel, SEAT/Fiat, and Alfa Romeo cars as well as a bunch of others.

Marco is great because during the off season it is a nice place to get away from the Miami noise. Where on Marco do your neighbors have a place? I like Naples too. A really good friend of mine lives there -- known her since 2nd grade!

Let me know when you're in Naples! Maybe we can coincide and you can check out the bright blue MKC with the chocolate interior.

What about you? Are you originally from New Jersey? Is your husband from Florida? I know there are a couple of forum members from Florida. Anyone out there also in Miami?

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If you are going to be stuck on a bridge that's the one to be on:-). Didn't mind it too much at all. Walked about a mile waiting, met some cool "neighbors", made the best of it. Beautiful scenery and we ended up making the show and it miraculously didn't rain until after we swapped cars. Love driving that bridge, we always like to fly into Miami and drive out through the keys. We even drove it in our motorhome.

I can imagine how great it must of been to have those years of schooling in Madrid! Mario batali the chef? That's crazy. Do you keep in touch?

I wouldn't mind living in Geneva at all. My husband never stops talking about how beautiful Switzerland was and we would die to ski there. Maybe one day!

I could just imagine some of the cars over there. I'm sure in Miami you get to see some fairly exotic cars. In this area/NY I get to see them as well but nothing like Monte Carlo I'm sure.

There are so many places in this world I would love to see but not enough time and money in a lifetime unfortunately (that's why I bought powerball tickets which I rarely do but at a billion how are you not going to buy a few LOL). We try to do all we can as far as traveling but unfortunately we've been a little "grounded" since my son was born. To make it short he has extreme food allergies and asthma and is on a highly controlled diet and going out of the country is out of the question. Traveling anywhere in the US has to be extremely planned and we are very limited. Disney is great and takes care of us every step of the way so we've been to both CA and FL three times. We are fortunate to have a motorhome too so we can do shorter travels and I'm able to have all of his food to cook with us at all times. We are taking a trip to CO to ski in March and I'm a little nervous but we will work it out somehow. He loves to ski (my son) so he's so excited to go out to some real mountains. We are hoping he grows out of some of it so we feel safer traveling further with him.

I'm not exactly sure where are neighbors house is on Marco island. Next time I see them I will ask. I wish we had time to head down to your area of Miami and the keys with our son but we will be in Naples at my FIL's for the first three days for his birthday and then we're headed to Orlando and Disney for the week after. We will be in Naples the 21st through the 24th. We have some family stuff but plan to hit the beaches (Bonita and barefoot state park to check out the turtles with our son :-) ). We were there last year and went out to eat along some really nice pier in this great area of shops restaurants-can't remember exactly what the area was called. Any recommendations for the area are definitely appreciated! I definitely wouldn't mind seeing the blue MKC in person! Still haven't seen that chocolate interior except for the few on the Lincoln site.

Yes, always lived in NJ, different parts though. College here also. Advantages and disadvantages like most places. The close proximity to NYC and all it has to offer/diversity is hard to move away from even with the traffic here too LOL. I'm indefinitely stuck in jersey now because my husbands businesses are here and aren't going anywhere. I was lucky enough to grow up spending all my summers surfing on the beach here in NJ since I was born though which was great. Grandparents, then my parents had houses and condos on a beautiful beach on a 6 mile island off the coast of the the tip of NJ, about 45 minutes from Atlantic city. Wildwood crest beaches are almost as nice as Miami beach- the only thing better are your waves and warmer water. Hard to imagine many nice places in NJ but they do exist LOL.

A lot of Canadians like to come to wildwood crest. Candy have you visited our fine state of NJ?
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If you are going to be stuck on a bridge that's the one to be on:-). Didn't mind it too much at all. Walked about a mile waiting, met some cool "neighbors", made the best of it. Beautiful scenery and we ended up making the show and it miraculously didn't rain until after we swapped cars. Love driving that bridge, we always like to fly into Miami and drive out through the keys. We even drove it in our motorhome.

I can imagine how great it must of been to have those years of schooling in Madrid! Mario batali the chef? That's crazy. Do you keep in touch?

I wouldn't mind living in Geneva at all. My husband never stops talking about how beautiful Switzerland was and we would die to ski there. Maybe one day!

I could just imagine some of the cars over there. I'm sure in Miami you get to see some fairly exotic cars. In this area/NY I get to see them as well but nothing like Monte Carlo I'm sure.
You drove your motorhome from NJ to the Keys? Wow, I'm impressed. What RV do you have if I may ask -- but more importantly, do you like it?

Yes, Mario Batali the chef. After graduation we all went our very separate ways. He headed off to Rutgers to study business administration. Since this was all before Facebook, the next time I saw him was when I saw my wife watching some cooking show on the Cooking Channel starring "Mario Batali". When I saw him on screen it was a bit of a surprise.

Yes, Switzerland is perfect. Beautiful. Clean. Everything works. I do hope you get your chance to ski there.

Miami has more than its fair share of amazing cars. Seeing Ferrari's and Lambo's is very commonplace, especially in certain areas. You get jaded from all the Porsche, MB, Maserati, Jaguar, BMW etc cars you see. And it almost seems that every other SUV is a Q5. Florida is the #2 state with the most expensive cars, but mmoretti, New Jersey is #4! I just think that all the expensive cars in Florida happen to be in Miami.

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My wife and I were in NJ years ago....loved the scenery, don't remember too much of it...( this is at least 13/14 years ago.
I grew up in 3 countries as well,My dad is Parisian....mom is Maltese... since I was a child, mom and dad would pack us kids and move us to either Paris ( they still have a residence there on Rue De la Pompe) LOL apple Ave....or Malta!
Malta is a slice of heaven on earth....seriously beautiful year round weather and beaches and night life that is breathtaking!
My early childhood was split between Malta and Paris....both are within 2.5 hrs flight of each other! We still have property in both Malta and the sister island of Gozo, mostly used for summer vacations.
After I left home, my brother and I moved to London, England and spent 7 years living there...My youngest sister still lives in Switzerland,not sure where exactly, but she keeps asking us to vacation there with them (she married a local swiss pilot), and they move often.
My wife and I have been talking about buying some land off my family in Malta and building a house that we may use away from Canadian winters...we both are not huge fans of the cold lol.
This coming summer we have plans to fly down to Malta and explore our options....my daughter keeps bringing up the subject of a house in Malta as well.
Interesting what you were saying mmoretti about your son, my daughter, in her yearly years was lactose intolerant and we had a rough time having to watch over what she ingested....strange how things turn out sometimes....but she eventually grew out of this intolerance,she does use milk products, just not as a constant.
Yesterday we went to a tribute concert for David Bowie in Toronto at the Opera House, very nice and intimate (max capacity is only 900 patrons) Bowie's original drummer (Woody Woodmansy ) from '70 through to '73 was part of the lineup as well as Bowie's producer ( Tony Visconti ) which also produced his latest cd Blackstar and also played on a few of his tracks (bass)....was really good and very emotional....there was NOT 1 dry eye in that place!
David Bowie had a hUGE influence in my early days of drumming,and continue to evolve his style of music into my currant drumming style to this day.

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You drove your motorhome from NJ to the Keys? Wow, I'm impressed. What RV do you have if I may ask -- but more importantly, do you like it?

Yes, Mario Batali the chef. After graduation we all went our very separate ways. He headed off to Rutgers to study business administration. Since this was all before Facebook, the next time I saw him was when I saw my wife watching some cooking show on the Cooking Channel starring "Mario Batali". When I saw him on screen it was a bit of a surprise.

Yes, Switzerland is perfect. Beautiful. Clean. Everything works. I do hope you get your chance to ski there.

Miami has more than its fair share of amazing cars. Seeing Ferrari's and Lambo's is very commonplace, especially in certain areas. You get jaded from all the Porsche, MB, Maserati, Jaguar, BMW etc cars you see. And it almost seems that every other SUV is a Q5. Florida is the #2 state with the most expensive cars, but mmoretti, New Jersey is #4! I just think that all the expensive cars in Florida happen to be in Miami.
Yup, Northern NJ through Miami to key west! Christmastime too which meant a very cold overnight in Virginia. Made the trip in a day and a half. Been all over in our RV, couldn't live without it We love to camp on the beach in myrtle beach too, we are parked 10 feet from the sand and the ocean is outside out window literally. Nothing better than going to sleep and waking up to the sound of the ocean.

We have a Gulfstream B Touring cruiser. It's a B+ style on a ford chassis. Easier to drive than a class c. We love it. It's our first one and now with our son we are looking for something a little bigger. Well not that much bigger in size because we prefer the smaller size and maneuverability but something with better storage. Our rv does not have a pass through storage compartment. It has a lot of smaller storage areas but we need bigger areas for our bigger gear. We are looking for a smaller sized class A actually.

Now let's talk motorhome ownership overall...RVs are a whole different animal LOL. First be prepared for problems and repairs. It doesn't matter how expensive or well made your motorhome is you must keep in mind it's a rolling home. In fact our son calls it "our house on wheels". By nature of what it is you will have things come loose, break, etc just because... If you are basically handy you can just check/tighten/fix things. You get good at after owning one a while . I must say we have been extremely lucky with ours. It's going on 10 years old /50K and we've had very little repair. We've also been very good about maintenance and I've learned to fix the drawer rails constantly breaking and other little things that end up breaking a lot. I think a big reason we have avoided any major problems with ours is we have the luxury of storing it indoors temperature controlled in between trips and all winter. I have heard many bad stories of problems with RVs. Even ours was a QC nightmare brand new for its cost. No caulking in the shower enclosure. Dinette booth seat put on too far away for the drop down bed to work. Hole in floor under refrigerator. Just to name a few LOL. we fixed everything but hole under refrigerator ourselves and overall no other issues. It's unbelievable that after 9 years you walk on board our motorhome and it literally still looks brand new. And that's traveling with two small dogs too. I'm that fanatical clean LOL! Again just love having a motorhome. It brings the level of freedom of a car to a whole new level. We can go almost anywhere anytime!

Clean (Switzerland) that's funny, that's what my husband remarked about. Especially coming from the "garbage" state of NJ. it's terrible here, I just hate it. Other states have actually coined the phrase "don't 'jersey' our state". LOL. it incenses me to see people leave trash, especially on the beach. I freak out at people who leave garbage on the beach, makes me so angry when there's a garbage can 20 feet away!

Mario batali went to Rutgers? In NJ? I graduated (twice- career changer, two degrees) from Rutgers!!

Yeah it's like that in NYC (all the cars). Definitely noticed a lot of hot cars while we were in Miami (sitting in hours of traffic next to them LOL). Hopefully I won the powerball tonight and will be shopping or another motorhome and a Ferrari soon
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My wife and I were in NJ years ago....loved the scenery, don't remember too much of it...( this is at least 13/14 years ago.
I grew up in 3 countries as well,My dad is Parisian....mom is Maltese... since I was a child, mom and dad would pack us kids and move us to either Paris ( they still have a residence there on Rue De la Pompe) LOL apple Ave....or Malta!
Malta is a slice of heaven on earth....seriously beautiful year round weather and beaches and night life that is breathtaking!
My early childhood was split between Malta and Paris....both are within 2.5 hrs flight of each other! We still have property in both Malta and the sister island of Gozo, mostly used for summer vacations.
After I left home, my brother and I moved to London, England and spent 7 years living there...My youngest sister still lives in Switzerland,not sure where exactly, but she keeps asking us to vacation there with them (she married a local swiss pilot), and they move often.
My wife and I have been talking about buying some land off my family in Malta and building a house that we may use away from Canadian winters...we both are not huge fans of the cold lol.
This coming summer we have plans to fly down to Malta and explore our options....my daughter keeps bringing up the subject of a house in Malta as well.
Interesting what you were saying mmoretti about your son, my daughter, in her yearly years was lactose intolerant and we had a rough time having to watch over what she ingested....strange how things turn out sometimes....but she eventually grew out of this intolerance,she does use milk products, just not as a constant.
Yesterday we went to a tribute concert for David Bowie in Toronto at the Opera House, very nice and intimate (max capacity is only 900 patrons) Bowie's original drummer (Woody Woodmansy ) from '70 through to '73 was part of the lineup as well as Bowie's producer ( Tony Visconti ) which also produced his latest cd Blackstar and also played on a few of his tracks (bass)....was really good and very emotional....there was NOT 1 dry eye in that place!
David Bowie had a hUGE influence in my early days of drumming,and continue to evolve his style of music into my currant drumming style to this day.
Wow candy! Certainly jealous of you both! I'm stuck in NJ. Maybe I won the powerball tonight and we can spend the rest of our time traveling the planet.
When you build your house in Malta I better get an invite . That sounds like my kind of place!
How is it that you came to live in Canada and how long have you been there?

My son actually has a class 5 allergy (think anaphylactic shock, epi-pen) to eggs, milk, peanuts, tree nuts (hazelnut, almond, cashew, etc), shellfish, and fish. Tiny exposure could mean death. He also has a class 3 allergy to wheat and soy. Repeated exposure means his asthma goes uncontrolled and could mean hospitalization minimally. He could die from a bad asthma attack too. So it certainly keeps us on our toes to say the least . No eating out /cross contamination, processed foods. I pretty much have to cook every bit of the handful of foods he can eat to keep us from having to visit the ER. At this stage of the game we have the protocol down and stick to it. Definitely stressful but all I have to do is see a St Jude's commercial and it puts it all into perspective rather quickly. We were/are big travelers so it's tough but I feel worse for what he misses out on (we're Italian and the kid has never had real food ) let alone all the other restrictions it brings. Hopefully he will grow out of some of them...

Bummer Bowie was only 69....there is a tribute concert planned at Carnegie hall in NY for March and it was literally announced hours before he died...it will be a slightly different type of tribute now
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mmoretti.....you MUST go to that tribute,you won't regret it! excellent music, great sound, and it sure takes you back to his heyday!
Allora, tu parli italiano flualmente signora moretti? hehehe We are a stone's throw from Italy in fact on a nice clear day in Malta you can see Sicily!!!! we are just a paltry 68 KM from there....
I worked as a session musician in London,obviously, a drummer! I was in a few different bands as well...and when we broke up...internal strife etc....I decided to come visit my sister in Toronto for a few weeks....that was in '74 and fell in love at the degree of cleanness back then! few years later I became a proud Canadian and never looked back...

A very close friend of mine ( Jimmy McCulloch) was still living in London and were having back and forth communication weather he should come live in Canada...in the end I had told him the music scene here was still very weak and he should stay gigging in the London scene....he ended up being signed on by Paul McCartney for his upcoming Wings over America tour... We had plans to hook up while he was here, but he ended up ODing on morphine and booze.
On 27 September 1979, McCulloch was found dead by his brother in his flat in Maida Vale, London. An autopsy found that McCulloch died of heart failure to morphine and alcohol poisoning. He was 26 years old. He was not known for being a user of hard drugs.< yeah right...misinformation at best!
That really was the turning point for me and removed myself from the music scene as a session musician, and ended up starting a business here.
I had on and off sessions with Stone the crows due to Jimmy asking me to stand in for their then full time drummer Colin Allen (medical issues) and we became good friends....but there was a lot of turmoil in that band also...Maggie Bell had just lost her main squeeze and primary guitarist Les Harvey when he got electrocuted right on stage, Jimmy was brought in to fill his void, and worked with them till they broke up.
As they say, life must go on, which is why I chose a different direction after all this, although I still play and jam and also still do some session work and attend drum clinics and still get involved with local bands here and there!
You really should do a vacation to Italy, along with your son and husband...Italy is breathtaking and very beautiful place to be. I especially love Florence ( been there lots of times)....one must visit Italy in their lifetime.....many years ago, I was pretty fluent in Italian,but like anything else, if you don't use it, you'll loose it! LOL.

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I was also involved in some drumming overlays in Maggie's album "Queen of the night" and appeared on 2 tracks on Suicide Sal....gawd that was a LOOOOONG time ago lol!!!
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I was also involved in some drumming overlays in Maggie's album "Queen of the night" and appeared on 2 tracks on Suicide Sal....gawd that was a LOOOOONG time ago lol!!!
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Wow again candy pretty impressive. I've seriously been a music fanatic starting with an obsession with the Beatles at age 4. Could have gone to see that ultra exclusive Paul show at Irving plaza NYC a few months back..but living out in the burbs now with my son I can no longer be in NYC at a minutes notice . Many friends were there for an incredible night. They just announced two Bowie tributes at radio city music hall as well. Will be a tough ticket for any of them.

I know first hand what it's like to be a professional musician, not myself but many friends dating back to high school who are in bands, some with pretty moderate success(members of Railroad Earth who play with warren Haynes now as well)... No one understands what it's like to essentially give up everything for your art/love. And I have nothing but respect for the musicians that sacrifice an immense amount to give us the music that is so important in my life. It is not an easy path. Then throw in the perils you speak of that inherently come with the business of rock and roll (partying, drinking, drugs) and it complicates things on a whole new level. Just read the recent articles by Scott weilands (stone temple pilots) wife and kids about his struggles. When you are surrounded by it constantly it can make it impossible to stay away for some people. It's an occupational hazard for sure. And some have to extract themselves from it (like yourself) and leave doing what they love. I spent years "on the road" with friends bands throughout college and have seen that partying first hand.

How lucky you are to have had those experiences in life! My motto is "I would rather do (experience) things than have them". Life is about the things you do and the people you meet, not things. Sounds like you've done a lot and met a lot of people! So cool you play the drums. I tried learning and playing several instruments starting with the drums until I had to accept I had more of a technical brain than a musical one but I'm great at appreciating, enjoying, and monetarily supporting music by buying expensive tickets LOL.

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