Campingvillage Le Capanne
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... a delicious Italian meal: Sarah had Gnocchi with Pesto Sauce and Dan had Ravioli with Meat Sauce. Following dinner, we walked through the town visiting the local shops and bars, stopping at one for a 1/2 liter of local white wine. After, as we continued walking we stumbled upon live music. There were 6 men playing different instruments with a South African tourist singing. It was a lot of fun singing along with ...
... As we turned the corner and the tower came into sight, it was hard to believe that it was real. I was also surprised to see that there was so much more to Piazza del Duomo than just the Torre pendente di Pisa. We went ahead and bought our tickets to climb to the top and also to see the Cathedral and the Camposanto.
We started with the tower and as soon as you walk ...
... Pisa. We
got off the train and walked through the station. A big group packed
the station so we walked into the chef express/McDonald's to sit down.
There wasn't anywhere else to really sit. And this was the only real
place to get food. It was like a sandwich bar, supermarket and
McDonald's all in one. Really weird!!!
And the air con wasn't on and
neither was the "free wifi"... But at least the seats were
comfortable... They had to be ...
... in Pisa found it to be a very gloomy and grey day. We quickly found a ticket restaurant where we ordered the regional special pizza. Lunch was very good and then we set out to find the leaning tower. After about a 25 min walk Shannon yelled "I think I found it", and well she was right she did. We sat in the rain admiring how much of tilt the building was actually on. ...
... this was rather an extravagance, being a good meal out, or 2 nights accommodation
Having spent the night in the car park we went to Carrefour to use their loos and buy some bread and headed north to Via Reggio, where we called in to look at a massive warehouse (well, there are actually 16 of them) where they build huge floats for their carnival – which carry about 200 people – and seem to be made of mainly ...