Ostello Gallo d'Oro
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... lady, and an escalation to her sort of friendly supervisor who kindly clicked on a button for us.)
For dinner we wandered a bit, eventually finding our way to "da Li Latini" which Bullets recommended but Mom felt got mixed reviews. We went with the flow here, letting the house choose the mixed anti-pasto and then ordering our main but not off the menu. We took a bet on the cost of the meal, which was sorted out tableside when ...
... course the famous Leaning Tower. So once set up we were off to explore. As it happened the train station is between the site and the town so we popped in to find out about tickets to Lucca and Florence, and it turns out its quite reasonable as Florence is only about an hour away. We were fortunate to visit both Pisa and Florence when we came here in 2005, we said then we would love to come back and spend some quality time here as last time it was part of a coach trip and ...
... late dinner, made by Laurie. That night we did not sleep well, probably due to all the excitement and the smell of leather in the market which we brought home.
The next morning we all got up bright and early to get to the Mercado centrale (Central Market for food) to purchase our weekly groceries. We got fresh parmeasean, olive oil and red wine vi****r, different cheeses, pesto, chicken, tons of ...
... dictionary, a detailed city map, and my best "I'm a talented designer” smile. Because of the rain this morning the ...
... we settled into our rooms. I took that long-awaited shower and, hungry from the train trip, we crossed the road only to find that the restaurant was closed even though it had an open sign hanging. Marco had also told us that through a tunnel near the hotel there were more restaurants, one of which tickled our collective fancy.
Miguel and Carlo both tried the tripe dishes, a Florentine delicacy, whilst Kelly and I had gnocchi, something I'd been craving since ...