La Casa Di Zefiro
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... time. we had ice cream. I tried pistachio ice cream and also had my favourite strawberry, two flavours. We went to the pebble beach took our shoes off and walked on the water. The peddles hurt and were slippery. Next town was Monterosso. We caught a 3 minutes train. At Monterosso we had free time again. Looked around and took some photos. Then off to the Next town which was riomaggiore. This time we travelled by boat. This was beautiful seeing the 5 towns from the ocean. ...
... no particular agenda. I wanted to browse through the market stalls, which was nice. By then the morning service at Santo Spirito (the huge church on whose piazza we are living), was over and it was open for visitors. It really is gigantic- it reminds me of a huge basketball stadium - I'm sure it would fit at least 8 courts just in the church itself. It has 38 niche chapels situated around the church. Frescobaldi family males are buried in two of these. There's a grate in ...
... over! Our guide assured us that it should stand for another 1000 years, as not only her job, but the whole town of Pisa relies on the tower for its survival. Apparently the builders realised as the tower was being built that it was not straight, so in order to attempt to cover up their poor workmanship, they compensated for this by offsetting the centre of the tower! If you look really carefully you can see that the tower is actually a banana shape! Our guide took us beyond the ...
... back by the apartment to catch up on e-mails. Well I caught up on emails... Amanda caught up on sleep!
Just before sunset, we left our place and headed to Piazza Michaelangelo. An outdoor plaza located a few miles from our place, is known as Lover's lane, sitting high-above the city with great views at sunset. The views were incredible, but the jaunt up the hill to those views was less than enjoyable. A bottle of wine, a few street ...
... the nearby village for lunch. After six days in Italy I finally have my first proper pasta dish: a local fettucini-like pasta with a pork ragu. This is preceded by a large quantity of excellent antipasti and accompanied by a good house wine. After lunch we drive past the village of San Gimignano — as we are of course all snoozing by this point, the guide doesn't wake us until we get to the next small winery. Here they produce a white wine called Vernaccia, and their ...