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... back, we could perhaps take a short cut, exit the park sooner and avoid the winding walkway inside the park. Thus, cutting the walk shorter and getting back to the train station sooner? So, we walked to the first major street, turned right and continued walking. I figured, if we stay right and keep making right turns, it would keep us walking along the parimeter of the park. This plan may have worked out if I didn't come up with a better plan, to catch a local bus along ...
After the last couple of days "Under the Tuscan Sun" we boarded a train from Siena to Florence to catch our connecting train to Milan. Much to my delight it turned out to be a "fast train" hitting 300 kph. Wow, this trip is really full of firsts! We decided that this may be the only time we will may be able to afford anything other than steerage ...