Woodworking in Italy

We're traveling to Italy in late October. Any suggestions on woodworking-related venues worth visiting? This trip takes us to Rome and north.
Larry
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We're traveling to Italy in late October. Any suggestions on woodworking-related venues worth visiting? This trip takes us to Rome and north.
Larry
It might be fun to go to a gondola workshop in Venice.
Tom
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On Mon, 29 Jul 2013 17:38:53 -0700 (PDT), "Gramp's shop"

I've seen a few shops with really nice pieces, but never saw a place that made them.
Hint: Pay cash for the best possible prices. Be sure the merchant knows you will be paying case. One particular leather shop we visit every couple of years I can get 60% off or more.
Best place to get cash at a reasonable exchange rate is the ATM (Bancomat). Start with the one at the airport so you have ready cash.
Best restaurants? Walk at least a block off the tourist area and the price goes down, though I"ve never had a bad meal in Italy.
What is the most popular sport in Italy? Soccer? No. Tax evasion; thus the best deals for cash..
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On Tuesday, July 30, 2013 3:38:53 AM UTC+3, Gramp's shop wrote:

Depeding on your interests, most wooden manufacturing equipment comes from Italy, such as SCM and Morbidelli. I dont know how much you can see there. Look for SCM group on the net
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