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... Italy passing through 168 tunnels. The girls gave up counting after 100. It is all valleys so often you go from tunnel to bridge to tunnel again. One last night was 1.6km long. Early on we saw lots of hot houses as this was the flower growing area and flowers are flown each day to various European markets.
Yesterday at Arles we stood at the spot where Van Gogh painted 'Starry Starry Night'. This overlooked the Rhone river which actually rose 3 ft while ...
... to see what he had lost. Careful on crowded trains peeps, don't keep anything valuable where people can take it.
Its only 1.5 hours to get to Florence (or Firenze as Florence is called on the local maps) from Roma. Hinesh and I don't read our tickets properly and settle ourselves in quite comfy seats. Then the train conductor comes around and tells us we are in First Class and we had only paid for normal class, oops. We are told to move and we lug our backpacks to normal ...
... little piazza. I’d never actually travelled outside Calabria in the times I’ve visited Italy as a child and a young adult, and not to mention the “old school” mentality used on me as I was growing up, made Italy seem quite bland, generally.
And that’s the beauty of travel, to help break down barriers in your mind, and to alter your perception of what really is, and what you think really is.
Florence... A destination ...
... You arrive, find your track, wait for the train, get on board. Our trip to Firenze was about 90 minutes. At one point the speed was 240 km per hour. I spent the time writing and looking at the beautiful Tuscan landscape. Dani snuck in a little cat nap. We arrived at the bustling Santa Maria Novella train station and followed the exact directions to the hotel so we didn't get lost. We arrived at the Hotel Casci which is just down the ...
... bags, as many other vendors did. - Above all, I made sure I was happy with the price I paid, even if it does end up being not 100% real. He started at 35€, which I don't believe is the value, nor would I have ever paid.
I also bought a cute poncho from another vendor. However, although purchased in Italy, I have a feeling was made in China. I only paid 12€ (talked down the from €20) and would have been completely ...