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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... and always remember my trip to Italy. I knew, to get the best deal I would have to go back to the guys that sold me the first one and because it was late in the day, I would go back in the morning.
For the rest of they day, I wandered around the city. I found a little sidewalk cafe for some coffee and writing. Later I went to a rooftop terrace for a drink and caught a beautiful sunset. When it was dinner, I had to get my last ...
... to the last stop on the tour, the city of Pisa, which lies along the banks of the river Arno (as does Florence). We took a tram from the bus parking lot to the Campo dei Miracoli ("Field of Miracles"), site of the Duomo, the octagonal-shaped Baptistery, a cemetery, several museums, and the iconic bell tower of the cathedral known as "The Leaning Tower of Pisa".
The history of the leaning tower, which stands nearly 200-feet-high and 55-feet-in girth, is ...
Florence - 30 March
We are actually staying in Signa which is about 20 minutes on the fast train into Florence. Our hotel seems to be fairly new or else had a facelift and is about a 15 minute walk to the station. Yes, when we arrived with our 3 bags (yes we now have 2 suitcases with wheels and we have a little trolley with wheels for my backpack). Now don't get you hopes up that we have purchased to much it was more for ...
... enjoying all the sights long the way. One sight in particular was Mt. Vesuvius that I had learned so much about when I took Latin in high school. Once we reached the coastal road, the views were epic and picturesque.
The Villa we rented in Praiano was amazing, with the exposed mountainside walls and the VIEW! Praiano and the surrounding little villages had much hospitality and shopping in quaint little shops that lined the coast. A visit to Pompeii was a memorable ...
... a place where they still run horses round the square - Piazza del Campo - this is a town competition and everyone crowds into the square, watch from windows and balconies, as the horses do 3 laps. It must be ******* the horses as one side of the square is paved in marble slabs.
I have never seen so much marble, they use it to cover everything.
Then on to ...