B&B Casa Alba
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... along, although it is strictly a pedestrian walk and only police or emergency vehicles are allowed to travel along it.
On a cloudy day, we drove to Pisa, up over the hills and only 22km/30 minutes by car. We had considered riding there as it is only 35km along the bike path, which for most of the trip follows the river, but apparently the last 5km is on the main road, and a bit ...
... on his screen!
After the concert the streets were buzzing. People everywhere. Think as many people had come for the cheap seats as paid to get in. The local caberini and emergency services were out in force.....think it was just an excuse to be around for the concert. Dont think I've ever been part of such a well behaved ...
... almost prison like appearance for the sides, and the shops across the it are almost exclusively jewellery shops selling almost the same products. The only variation seem to be pop up street traders selling toot (tut?), ie sunglasses, watches, and splat balls that they continued to demonstrate by throwing them down on the floor onto a piece of old wood. The animal shaped ball 'flattens' before 'miraculously' reforming to ...
... medieval city. It look awesome. 365º of cute shops and cafes. Niomi carried on her shopping spree here but she failed to find anything she liked. We decided it was gelato time so we grabbed a ice cream and continued to look around. Before we knew it we only had 30 minutes left so we started to walk back to the meeting point.
We got back to the meeting point 10 minutes before so we had time to have a quick walk on the city wall and relax for ...
... a red wine and some dessert in his shop - amazingly friendly!
After catching up with the Ballarine's on Sunday - we decided to join them on a Tuscany tour on the Tuesday and we again caught the train into Florence to meet personal guide and get picked up in a van. The day was terrific - Monika Iris (the guide) took us to some great spots including, Rada, Panzano, Pienza ( were we had lunch) Grieve and Montopulciano - along the way we got some wine ...