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Train at midday to Rome - 86e for both after joining treitalia club - saved around 50e. Almost 3 hrs. Train clocked 300kph at one point, but cruised at 250kph. Countryside much more interesting after Milan - not sure if this is Tuscany so far east, but lots of rolling hills with picturesque farms and castles on hilltops. Rome station was hectic - didnt want to negotiate Metro with our luggage in the crowds so taxi (only 11e) to hotel - Jazz Style. ...
12:45 AM. Bleary eyed, we struggled out of bed, dressed and met our other intrepid adventurers downstairs in the common area to head into Rome for our night walking tour. Ivano is our leader and he prepares coffee and breakfast, although most people are not too hungry and just stick to coffee. There are six of us on the tour, four of the Americans and ourselves. We are all rugged up because when we looked at the weather forecast, there was a 95% chance of rain between 12 and 2 am, ...
... did just that being confident she was in a Roman Catholic Church. After leaving the Vatican we caught the bus to some markets MDW had spotted earlier. We tried our hard bargaining skills and managed to save 1 euro. There are a lot of Bangladeshis and Africans trying to sell their wares illegally on the street. Some time ago, my brother suggested I should by an iPhone stick so I could take better selfies. So today I bought one, knocking the price from €15 to ...
... had a long talk with her about drama etc. She was part Italian but after hearing about some of her family, it was easy to understand why she wasn't staying with them. We also met a French girl, Camille, who was 27 and a Spanish teacher, so spoke 3 languages pretty fluently - we were pretty impressed by that, and the fact that she was traveling alone for the week. We actually still went to bed pretty late, but only because we decided to watch a movie and a ...
... with what we managed to find in Venice, Florence, and even Siena. Given that we have done our research and visited recommended places, it looks like Tuscany is in no danger of losing the food crown. To this we have to also add the impression I have that food from other cultures is few and far between in Italy; I strongly suspect that we would have more — and better — Indian restaurants in Christchurch than they have in all of Rome, for ...