I was feeling like some good pasta and some great wine, 

so the next choice was easy...

I'm in ITALY Can you keep up? I will be starting a 5 day tour tomorrow morning, below is my itinerary. After doing the "touristy" thing I am going to head out on my own. Having a great time, stay tuned!
Day 01 Rome / Assisi / Siena / Florence Departure by deluxe motor coach to Assisi. Stop in this splendid and mystic town for a panoramic visit of its Basilica and the church of St. Maria degli Angeli. Departure from Assisi on the “Autostrada del Solo” to Siena. This gothic city is constructed on three hills in the heart of Tuscany.

This monumental and medieval city is encircled by its ancient walls and is famous for its splendid square " Piazza del Campo ", designed in the shape of a shell . Here, every year the famous "Palio" takes place. See also the elegant Palace and the Cathedral. In the afternoon proceed on to Florence. Dinner and overnight at the Hotel.
Day 02 – Florence (Pisa) Breakfast at the Hotel and morning city tour along which we appreciate the artistic beauty of Florence with its Dome by Brunelleschi, the Bell tower by Giotto and the Baptistery. The sightseeing tour continues through Piazza della Signoria, Palazzo Vecchio and finally the church of Santa Croce.

In the afternoon possibility to make an optional excursion to Pisa. This quiet and graceful town shows signs of its past and its greatness through the famous Piazza del Campo, better known as the " Square of Miracles " where we find the Cathedral, the Leaning Tower (a Romanic bell tower of 58mt) and the Baptistery.

Dinner and overnight at the Hotel.

Day 03 - Florence / Padua / Venice Breakfast at Hotel and morning at leisure. Possibility to make an optional visit of Florence’s museums. In the afternoon departure to Padua for a short visit of the Basilica of St. Anthony.

Continue to Venice, the city of gondolas. Dinner and overnight at the Hotel.
Day 04 – Venice Breakfast at Hotel and visit of this mysterious city built on 177 islands, 150 canals and 400 bridges. The sightseeing includes the panoramic of St. Mark's square and the Doge's Palace (external).

During the morning the group will stop in one of the famous shops of Murano glasses.

Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight at the Hotel
Day 05 – Venice / San Marino / Rome Breakfast at Hotel and departure by private motorcoach from Piazzale Roma to San Marino. One of the smallest states in the world that still has its own currency, stamps and preserves its political system since over nine centuries.

In the afternoon arrival to Rome: the Eternal city. End of services.