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... journey to Florence was very tiring after the long day that I slept in the train until I heard a lady waking me up at the Florence station an hour later. I thought it was all a dream and then she disappeared at the station. Thank God she found me, else I would have found myself again in Pisa on the same train. Truly an Almighty sent Angel she was. I found my way back to my BNB and snuggled myself to sleep as I had to leave for my next destination the next ...
... said "Sto contento", and so were we. My dad made plans to come back during the trip, but for Colleen and me and our kids, it was unknown when we would be able to return. Alohra, we were happy for the time we had getting to know this sweet little Italian lady, and bid her "Ciao" with every muscle in our Ihearts.
Tomorrow we would venture back to Veppo for another visit to the Ferrantini's. ...
... being a banana shape as they tried to compensate for the lean. The tower has tilted by about 1mm per year. By 1993 it was 4.47m out of plumb, more than 5 deg off vertical. They closed it for a few years and braced the third floor and then gingerly removed soil from the north side to allow the higher side to subside and bring it back to where it was in the 18th century. They now believe it will take at least 3 centuries before it will be a problem again and meanwhile they ...
... the Autogrill in Bentivoglio (A13) an Atlate Stradale (road atlas) from Italy. The map helped and we arrived after a couple of breaks at 5:45PM Arena Mateto.
We received from the Puccini Family a warm welcome.
We visited the next day the harbor close to river Arno
Penelope, the daughter, gave us a guided tour in Pisa. At Piazza Chiara Gambacorti , we had some drinks.
... did (perhaps we are).
After breakfast we formed a rough plan (see Lucca and back for lunch) and headed out. The walled area of Lucca (in our opinion the only part worth visiting) is fairly small; we could have walked from one end to the other in 20 min, there is however lots to see in that area. We walked to the water fountain we had used the night before and passed the Puccini museum but we were too early to get in so we headed to check out the roman amphitheatre that ...