On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 07:52:34AM -0700, Joshua D. Drake wrote:
> I have been threatening to make my presence known on the other side
> of the pond for some time. The only thing that has stopped me is
> that I haven't bothered to get a passport. That is changing.
Do that immediately, like *today* if you haven't already.
> I am attempting to figure out how I will do PGDay.IT/PGCon.EU and
> WEST (they happen within a week of each other).
> So my question is, if I get a Visa to Italy? Am I stuck in Italy
> until I come back to the US? Or can I take a road trip up to France?
> If I am allowed to cross borders, is Italy the place to try and get
> a Visa? Should I try Britian instead or Germany instead?
At this point, you don't, as a US citizen, need a visa to enter any
country in the EU.
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