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 ...
... was also a fairly quiet road.
Later, Paul wandered down to the local wine shop. Various tanks of wine, taste, then choose what you want. It is expected that you take your own bottles, so Paul had to buy the bottles as well as the red wine! Next time........ At 4.70€ including the 2 bottles, not a bad deal.
Popped across the road for our evening aperitif and antipasti. Very civilised.
... walk to the bus station. When we arrive at the bus station it is only 3€ for a one way ticket and a bus is leaving in 5 minutes. The bus stops right outside The Field of Miracles which is a very big area, which is a good thing as there are crowds everywhere and everyone is taking pictures of themselves holding up the tower. The Tower itself is much prettier than I had expected as are the Duomo and the Baptistry. We take photos but do not buy entry tickets, there are just too ...
... not least scorpions. Today we are heading up the mountain to a place called la Fontana or the fountain. Then we are going to hike around and head back for dinner at around 7 as per usual. We don't leave til Monday and i never want to leave here. Theresa and victor have been soo welcoming its been nice to have home cooked meals, laundry facilities, and the same bed for a week. I am excited for Switzerland though, I know it'll be breath taking as ...
... that ran the full length of one road. A large piazza with people enjoying alfresco dining from all the restaurants around. It was just magic.
we enjoyed the piazza with a drinks and wandered back to our room.Returning later in the rain for dinner.
a lovely day and now for some well earned sleep.
lugging bags is hard work up and down steps and in and out of trains phew