Alla Dimora Altea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... around and soak it all in, and of course take some pretty photos. It only took us about forty minutes with stops to ride the wall so we returned our bikes and headed back to the station to catch the next train to Pisa, famous for the iconic leaning tower of Pisa. The train journey was a brief forty minutes or so which gave us a couple of hours to explore the town of Pisa as well get plenty of photos whilst we were at it. My first impression of the leaning tower of Pisa was that ...
... albeit we got lost trying to find it!!. Our room on the 5th floor was 2 storey attic arrangement but a rabbit warren to access with maze of passageways and lifts. Unpacked and had a quick walk around square before we had dinner in the square at an outside restaurant - reasonable Italian fare. The night was hot with high humidity so cooled down in hotel and got a reasonable early ...
... outside kiosks that sell a variety of goods. The central market building is the more interesting part of the area. It is two floors and very similar to a Canadian farmer market. The second floor has a nice food court with fine foods. Dan and I split a small marinara pizza as an afternoon snack before catching the bus back to the hostel (in Tavernelle).
It's been a pretty unique birthday, but I'm ready to call it a night.
-- Ryan L.
... and the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. We were a little to burned out to properly enjoy the city, mostly we wandered through the streets until we found a restaurant. This was the highlight of Florence. The food was fantastic, the wine was quality, and the atmosphere and service were great. We are on the Frecciarosa to Rome now and are eager to spend three nights in a row in one spot. ...
... The floor to ceiling tapestries and the ornately gilded chapel remind you what can be achieved before TV and Xbox were there to distract people from creativity and productivity.
Then we were off to the Santa Maria Novella Basicillica. Again, map reading confusion and pouring rain dampen our spirits until we finally arrive. The SMN has a large courtyard area that houses crypts of the revered from long ago. ...