After visiting Rome and Cinque Terre, Mrs. CurryOnTravel and I took the local commuter train from La Spezia to Florence, our gateway to Tuscany. Luckily, for us, we were not the only Americans on-board. “Dolcezza di non fare niente,” is what the sixty-five year old grandmother said to me. After living in Florence for more than three months, my fellow American, told me this is what she enjoys about Florence, and this is what sets it apart from other Italian cities. “To really experience the ‘sweetness of doing nothing’, sit in a café or a restaurant and truly watch other people living their lives.” Of course, we had to add that to our must-do list.