So it’s been a week since I’ve returned from Italy! It was a wonderful trip! I had the most amazing gastronomic experience, exhausted from doing too much historical fangirl dance, but above all, encountered some really friendly people!
Seeing so many of my favourite art pieces made me want to weep happily on the ground, but Tuscany and Val di Funes left me the biggest impressions. I would love to go to Funes again if I ever go to Innsbruck or Munich…
The stereotype of Italian inefficiency turned out to be quite true, but Trenitalia is one exception. Intuitive and convenient to use, I was able to make all the tight connections, plus the staffs were all so helpful! So have an Italy in Trenitalia uniform before I head off to continue sorting through my 2717 photos, and hopefully serves as a warm up as I’ve forgotten how to draw.
There will be detailed trip reports posted here on tumblr, all will be put under a cut and tagged, so those who are not interested can blacklist or unfollow. I’m behind on answering asks, but will get around to them eventually!
/sobs/ This art is so precious! I’m sorry that you had problems because of Italian inefficiency, we have this problems too and the entire Europe laughs at us. But yes, Trenitalia is a good service, they changed the price and it’s more expensive these years but it’s good anyway because you can really go everywhere using a train.