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... to find out platform for a while. I started reading the ticket, which advised you that you need to have it validated before traveling. I didn't know exactly what that meant here, so I went to the nearest "trenitalia" area to ask what that meant. The woman advised me to stamp it in a green machine in front of the platforms. So we went over to the machines, where yet another person asked if we needed help. He showed us what to do and where to go. On our way to the train, we asked another ...
... group sat and an upper level of a similar layout. So when you were up on stage you were rocking to both levels, it was a great atmosphere. Once again there are some awesome drink deals, we grab a few cocktail buckets for our table and all put in some money. One of our other tables orders a huge three litre canister of beer which comes with a huge firecracker-like sparkler on top. Alan and I decide we are going to sing and go up to select a song. As we ...
... for nearly a year and I was driving a manual on the wrong side of the road. The petrol here in Italy is almost the most expensive in Europe at around 2 euro a litre ($2.50AUD) I was glad our little Fiat had a 1.2 litre engine. The food, wine, countryside and the people in Tuscany make this an amazing part of Italy and well worth a visit.
Next on the trip is a week near Lake Como, 5 days in Venice and then up to Germany for Oktoberfest madness!
During the day we visited The Duomo, Michelangelo's David, and generally just enjoyed getting lost in town with its fantastic food and gelato (going to be a bit heavier after we leave Italy I think!).
So turns out Lonely Planet was right – I did enjoy myself despite the queues. This place is definitely worth a visit
Had a quiet one in the evening – about time I had a night off
To celebrate Saint Patrick's Day and Italy's 150 years of Independence we went to this bar! We started with green beers and green shots! This was my first green beer ever! I was so excited! Before we left we ended up getting two more shots! The bartendars loved us! They brought us ridiculous St. Patty's hats! We got two orders of french fries! This all costed us 5 euro! Kristin's boy met us there and his friend later showed up! Very nice guys they were really ...