B&B Antica Toscana
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- Pets allowed
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A nice easy day enjoying the magnificent Tuscan countryside.
Started the day late morning with an easy drive to Pisa which is just 47km from our base in Matraia. The road winds through mountain valleys, though tunnels and over bridges, and emerges from the hills just above Pisa.
The city of Pisa is nothing spectacular, just a nondescript commercial and industrial town. The old town inside the city walls is ...
... shops in Cinque Terre would be closed over the winter months. We kept walking, saw many attractive-looking menus, but their respective shops were closed.
A street in Riomaggiore flanked by residential and commercial buildings. Most of the streets typically look like this.
... and saw others standing at the counter gulping their coffee down I remembered that Italy was where you lay more to sit down - oops. We then went by train to the next village - and explored again. At the train station the guide warned us about pick picketers and everyone turned their backpacks around and carried them on their front. On the train journey I hooked up with Irene again and we wandered Vernazza together. It wasn't as spectacular as Manarola - I think it sustained ...
... and then couldn't get park so went back to station and caught cab. Seeing it was another wow moment, you see it but don't believe it. Full of tourists. Staying tonight just out of Firenze at beautiful apartment:euro home apartments($238 for 2 nights) in signa. cooked in(thanks again sue) snags, mash and rattioullie. Great Aussie ...
... strip of national park along the coastline between Genoa and Pisa. We stayed in a nice little apartment/house tucked below an ancient tower overlooking the sea. It was seriously cool, the only downside being that it was a fairly tourism based town and since we were there in low season there was not a lot open. Nonetheless we had a fabulous dinner (which we shared with a Frenchman as we were the only four people in the restaurant!) and a wonderful ...