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He then lived in a Monastery where he was allowed the opportunity to examine (and dissect) the human body as often the poor had no money for funerals or some had no family.
... footpath was a phone. We got tickets though there were 6 choices all in Italian. It made sense to buy the one with the same value as the earlier one. The bus driver had a very bemused look and studied the ticket at length. With no words exchanged, his expression indicated that he clearly had never seen such a ticket before. He waved us on I think because it was just easier to do so.
Back at the station there was time for something to eat with the added bonus of ...
... to Pisa, about half an hour away. Like most of the days we had had so far in Italy, is was setting up to be another stunningly hot day. We followed the other tourists who has risen early for the trip here, towards where we presumed the leaning tower would be. After about 10 minutes of walking through the quiet streets, we made it to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Tourists had started gathering by the hundreds at this famous attraction as we joined in with our own photos trying to ...
... got our bags out of the luggage hold, rechecked our platform which was just as well as it had changed, and boarded for the 2.5hr leg to Orvieto. At Orvieto station you cross the road and pay 1 euro to go up the funicular and then can get a free small bus for the final ascent to the hill town. You get dropped at the square where the impressive church takes centre stage.
The streets and houses were similar to others seen in old sections of Italy, ...
... Barry rings me just as we're cresting a hill, and old Chubble over here can barely speak, wheezing away. But worth it - incredible cypress avenues and statues, fountains and monuments. Then we pick up our tour bus and head to the hotel. We have our little bottle of Chianti we bought on our wine tour, and chat as we watch the swallows dipping in and out among the rooftops. Then, one final push, we ...