Guest House San Frediano
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Couldn't believe that out neighbour had parked in front of the gate. The only car in the street, the only gate in use. When the car was packed, including basil, knocked on her door. She knew immediately. Arrived back downstairs to find Paul talking to our Italian friend who'd been to Australia. In between all this, managed to lock the keys in the apartment before unlocking the gate.....neighbour to the rescue. Then the autostrada. North.
... There are seven oak trees there: it is believed that they were first planted in the 14th or 15th century but that over time they have been replanted. However, the ones atop the tower at the moment are still thought to be several hundred years old. It also seems to suggest that the 7 oaks tree represented the 7 brothers of the Guinigi family.
Check out http://www.kuriositas.com/2013/01/torre -guinigi-tower-with-oak-trees-on.html for the description ...
... in San Gimignano. Small world out there folks!)
We left Pisa and headed for San Gimignano. We arrived in early afternoon and started up the beautiful main street and decided to have lunch in a restaurant on the right side. The east side of the restaurant is also the east side of the wall of the city, on a hill...overlooking miles and miles of vineyards, Tuscan homes, agriturissmos, and sunflower fields. ...
... going tohawaii next summer.. odfcourse iwas with my momand dad and sisters and uncle a d aunt and malia,...not grandma becauseshedidnt want to come to the beach. did you knowwhat? my cousin lost a toothbefore that day and she gotabarbie and some money. aaafter all that we went home a dnd went to sleep. and that was some facts and a day. bye..bye. ...
... The wealth of Lucca was based on banking and its silk industry from as early as the 12th century.
We enjoyed wandering down the Main Street Via Fillungo, which winds through the centre, and is filled with a range of beautiful shops immaculately set into the old town buildings.
The shops I feel are the most striking that I have seen so far, and this is due to ...