We’re spending about two weeks in Italy between our month-long homes in L’Ilse-sur-la-Sorgue (France) and Zagreb (Croatia). Our first stop in Italy was Venice, which always surprises me with it’s capacity to be simultaneously overrun with tourists and still highly charming.
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Moving from place to place in quick succession with a toddler is much harder than staying in place for a while, especially since we’re both trying to work part-time.
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For our first three nights in Tuscany, we stayed in a renovated farmhouse about 15 km outside of Florence.
Due to some distracting, on-train toddler shenanigans, we missed the stop where our host was planning to collect us. Thus far in the trip, we’ve resisted getting sim cards for our phones, which is generally fine. Occasionally, though, we end up in situations where a working cell phone would be immensely useful, such as when we find ourselves at a rural Italian train station with no way to reach the person who was expecting us at a different rural Italian train station.
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