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pants grom Agaci Store // top from Kookai Australia // Ray Bans 

Hi guys :)

We’re sitting on the bus on our way to San Gimignano! I have to say traveling throughout Italy has been so easy.  I was worried it would be hectic, especially since we’re lugging around our heavy suitcases, but it’s been just the opposite.  We’ve never had to wait more than ten minutes to board a connecting train or bus, and everything’s very convenient.  Go Italy transportation!!

Today it’s a little gloomy with on and off rain, but it’s so charming.

Today’s agenda: wine tasting in Tuscany.

Even though Rome was a little too intense for me, it was still very cool to see all of the historic buildings and sites.   In total we saw the Coliseum, the Trevi Fountain, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican, and the Sistine Chapel.  We did one night out but it wasn’t fun.  We had really good pizza the first night at Pizzeria de Remo (great pizza and so cheap) and we also loved Osteria de Fortunada for dinner (get the Cacio y Pepe and the Ragu pastas!).  We stayed near Campo dei Fiori, which is like a little charming square with restaurants all around.  They have a farmers market in the square daily, with fresh fruits and veggies, dried fruit, smoothies, truffles, pastas, spices, etc.  After walking all around Rome we definitely think that was one of the best places to stay!  We stayed at an AirBnb, and while it wasn’t as clean as our last one, it was still roomy and in a great location.

We also took a a cooking class and it was such an amazing experience, but more on that later!

Talk soon my loves <3

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