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I thought "you" told me Trenitalia was user friendly!

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Well yesterday I was reading here that the Trenitalia site had become much more user friendly and cheap tickets could be booked in advance. So I decided to do some research for an Oct. trip - I plugged in dates for March tho (10/3/2013) that's March, yes? and was told no trains possible from Como S. Giovani to Venezia - really? so any idea what I'm doing wrong or is the system just having a momentary quirk. Of course I could find info on the Bahn site but I had hoped to book the cheap tickets when they became available on the Trenitalia site.

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