Hey, guys. This spring break, I'm going to Europe. Originally, I was going to go to France, then England (http://www.cha-tours.com/Tours/tours_S500/tour_S508.asp?Tour=S508&RequestList=NOSHOW) through CHA Tours. However, due to only having 5 total students and 1 teacher going (including me), we didn't have enough to fill a bus, and didn't want to pay 1600 each for our own bus. Now we're going to Italy for a day shorter, (http://www.cha-tours.com/Tours/tours_S300/tour_S306.asp?Tour=S306&RequestList=NOSHOW). What would you recommend I take on this trip? I know that I'm taking a still camera, and a video camera is a maybe. I don't want specific models, I'll figure that out as the time comes, except for unique products. I want general ideas of what to bring. I assume that theft is quite high, so I probably will not have much valuable, like a computer. Thanks. Also, I'd like your opinions of the places I'm going. What it's like, what to do on the time off, what is cool and what is not, what the opinion of American tourists are, and theft levels/general quality. Any help is appreciated. The one thing I have to make clear is that where I'm going is NOT negotiable. I'm going with a group, and this is pretty much the only one that fits our schedule. Thanks!