Camping Village Il Poggetto
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... it still ended
up leaning, so they just continued to build the rest of it on the lean, however
a few years ago they tried to strengthen the tower by filling concrete in the
foundations, however it didn’t set before removing the supporting cables and
the tower moved 2.5m. Since it has been stabilized with metal and now is open
for people to climb to the top. We got some of the classic tourist photos then
headed back to the bus. We were thankful for the ...
Woke up to a 4.30am alarm, I had packed the night before so we were out the door at 5am. Ali and I shared a hotel transfer to Dalaman airport, about an hour away, Ali was flying out half an hour later than I was. I'm glad we weren't too early because there was hardly anything at the airport. We said our goodbyes and went to our seperate gates. I had a really good flight, shame it was only an hour and a half. I was in the ...
... blown away by the taste of the aged balsamic and the extra Virgin olive oil. I mean, I thought we had great produce in Australia, but nothing I have ever tasted at home even comes close in comparison to the produce we are tasting in Italy. After a few purchases of produce (hoping they don't get confiscated at customs), we had a tour through the market place, once again ...
... to cool down in a few days and hopefully it does because our apartment is burning up. We also visited San Miniato, the church and monastery that was on top of the hill. Luckily the church walls were so think it was cook inside the church. We also explored the elaborate grave yard behind the church.
We have another long day trip tomorrow as we visit Siena.
... iconic landmark was spectacular withs it's green, red and white tiles, it took centre stage of the Piazza and every angle offered amazing views. We wondered down some of the oldest streets of Italy taking in the history until we reached the Arno River and the famous Ponte Veccho which is lined with expensive gold shops - definitely another looking not shopping experience. From the outside the bridge does not look so impressive, but the atmosphere changes ...