This is a Thursday’s Travels – Anything about previous, current and future (upcoming) travel exploits entry under my Travel themed blog posts! For more info about the themed blog posts, do read the entry here.
You’ve probably read about my overnight train travel from Amsterdam to Venice via Germany. For my Venice to Florence leg, we had it much easier. We took a train which was barely 2 hours! I guess inter-states travel is really much faster and easier! Honestly it’s really nothing much, pretty uneventful actually but I thought to write this down for documentation purposes. Memories ya know?
We traveled by Italo. We departed from Mestre in Venice at 13:07 and reached Fl Santa Maria Novella at 15:00! The train ride costs EUR31 per pax.
While waiting at the train station.
The seats were comfy and there was WIFI! Extremely useful for us!
We also were served drinks (juice for me, wine for him) and some light snacks.
As it was Easter that week, we had extra goodies! Yums!
One thing that I thought was quite interesting was that they had dedicated cabins specifically for certain purposes e.g. Break room and Baby changing area.
We reached Florence shortly and we checked into the most interesting hotel during our Europe stay! Will share more about it in the next Thursday’s Travels entry! Florence was our longest leg for our Europe trip and we had plenty of time to sight see and relax!
Yes, we’re silly that way.
Other blog posts about #nadskaihoneymoon
- How to reduce Jet lag!
- Amsterdam #1 – Flight and accommodation
- Museums in Amsterdam
- Things to do in Amsterdam
- Traveling by train from Amsterdam to Venice!
- Venice (by day) captured my heart!
- Things to do in Venice
- Traveling from Venice to Florence by Italo, Train
- Hotel Leonardo Da Vinci in Florence, Italy
- What we ate in Florence, Italy!
- Must eat in Florence: The legendary Florentine Steak!
- Continuation of our Florence journey
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