Le Stanze di Santa Croce
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... validate your tickets or suffer the fine when the train conductor comes to check your ticket) and settle in for the 1.5 hour ride.
Once we get to Pisa, its an easy walk out to the one attraction that everyone is here to see - the leaning tower. As you walk out of the station its just straight then there are signs for you to follow to the leaning tower. We're in no rush today so we stop at a cafe and have a coffee and a hot chocolate. The hot chocolate was so thick, it was nice ...
... We got off on a wrong note by starting with their temporary modern art exhibition which was jewellery by a designer (whose name I have expunged from my memory) whose approach appears to have been that every square millimetre of the surface of each piece had to be encrusted with diamonds. Even the few pieces whose form was pleasing were made crass and gaudy by an overabundance of bling. The 18th ...
... as the owner above the gelato place came out yelling at us to move our bikes...who knows what she was saying in italian, but she was mad!! After a little rest, we headed out for dinner. Pasta, pizza and...tripe, yup! It was good but I don't think I'll be ordering it again. Watched the soccer game at the pub across the street with our new friend Benny (the owner), then headed to Bellamia for gelato! Great day...ready for some art and museums ...
... passes and hopped on a bus. We got off on the other side of the river at an overlook of the entire city. It's was honestly breathtaking. We then walked back into the city. After shopping around we stopped for dinner. Luckily, we finished dinner just in time to watch the sun go down. After that we got gelato and made our way back to the B&B. Tomorrow is the museum ...
... powder rolled into a log to look like salami and when you slice it, it really does look like salami.
Today was a free day we took the bus up to the stop Fiesole, about a 15 mins away. It was on top of the hill looking into Florence, we could see the whole city it was really awesome. We took a picnic and ate in the park. It started raining though as soon as we started to really walk around-- there are ruins you ...