The husband and I are coming to Italy in June. Ideally, we'd like a two week trip where we go where the wind takes us, with a few limitations. We know we'd like to spend time in Rome, Venice, and Tuscany. I've read time and time again on the Italy forums here how important it is to not try to overplan and cram things in...
What I would like, is to plan our first few days (so we know where we're flying into/staying/etc) and then just moving on when we're ready. So, for example, we stay 4 days in Rome, and then decide, hey, we're ready to move on, and we go get train tickets and move on.
My only concerns is, are we going to be able to do this and be able to walk into a hotel in Florence and Venice and get a room, with very little notice (we'd know the night before if we were moving on, so we could go on the internet) without paying through the nose? Is it crowded enough in June that we're risking not being able to find somewhere reasonably priced?
Any advice is welcome.