Subject: Items needed for Italian rentals?
Below is an important fact of European travel. On our last trip we arrived on a Saturday, shopped for bare necessities in the Zurich airport, and, when arriving in Wengen, were able to get to the local cheese shop (which stays open until 1600 hours on Saturday and get milk, and yoghurt so we could eat until after Monday breakfast in the apartment. Some apartments have little or no toilet paper, so do consider that when planning ahead. I call that forward thinking.

BTW, when I say we take sugar--that is 21 teaspoons for Ray's 21 cups of coffee in 3 weeks--no where near 2 lbs. and the only spice I take is about 4 teaspoons of pepper/garlic in case there is nothing in the cupboards. Gretchen South Carolina