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I had originally told Zoe the evening before that I wasn't going to be getting on the bus in the morning. I woke up still probably drunk and knew that if I didn't come into town it would be difficult to catch up with the group later on in the day. Stupid not having phones that work properly. So I got up feeling extremely sick with my shoes missing, and ate barely any breakfast before getting on the bus. I'm really ******* proud of my efforts, ...
... out to be a comfortable seat and not too crowded but with people opening windows which is a bit ******* the eardrums going through all the numerous tunnels, no business men either. I might have misread the ticket as to seat but it was definitely a first class, anyway. The trains are poorly marked too, not like in northern Europe.
Then I caught a train from Rome Termini to Rome Fiumicino which was fine and properly airconditioned. I feel like a ...
... up the sweet essence of a Florentine springtime. The historic bridge, Ponte Vecchio, was the busiest spot, with the strip of sparkling jewellery shops doing a roaring trade. Here I made my first significant purchase for the trip, a pair of rose and white gold earrings. We continued our stroll heading away from the river, past a couple of museums and toward the centre of town. There were numerous artists set up with their easels in the piazza, sketching, ...
So, more info from yesterday. The rental car is a Fiat Panda, made in Italy. Kyle likes it better than the Renault in France….more power. The highways are well designed and pretty easy to use, unlike the streets off of the highway. The house we are staying in is AMAZING!!!!! It is in the hills in Tuscany, in the middle of nowhere. The nearest well known town is Vinci (home of Leonardo) and that is still a small town. The air is clear, you can see the ...
... s schedule)
Train from Ventimiglia to Genova (Hannah woke Kyle up when
she saw a Genova sign-they don’t call out the stops on these trains).
Wait for 2 hours for a connection because our previous train
ran late and we missed our connecting train
At the last second, realize that the Italian-speaking train
worker who gave us information on the next train to Pisa left out the fact that it
departed from a different station in ...