Leaving the B&B in Florence, we stepped out and purchased the bus tickets at a magazine hawker store very early (yes, you could only purchase bus tickets through those hawker since no shops have opened yet). The bus took us to the train station and started moving ahead to Venice.
Far away in the east side of Italy is the city Venice. When we arrived, the landlord auntie was there to pick us up.
Auntie originally came from Hunan Province, China 6 years ago. She operates this B&B and serves mainly Chinese young people (perhaps she did not speak fluently in English or Italian). The place was only 5 minute walking distance away from the train station.
Our room had a lot of spaces. There was a large window and also a fine painting on the wall. It was very comfortable.