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... impressive. I guess the distance to Pisa was about 120km's.
We arrive at about lunchtime and after some really poor street signs we head off to see the leaning tower.
Kerry noticed a guy who had gone and sat on the wall beside the river near the camper and thought he would just go back and check him out. We had paid the parking meter and we felt it was safe to park there. Little did we know!!!
We were ...
... I certainly needed to get some in, but the voice sounded pretty
Later the afternoon I took off to
check on the photo shop and on the way met up with Vicente who reminded me that
the Milan – Barcelona game was on tonight and if I was still going. I was sure
it was tomorrow night so it was lucky that I had bumped into him…I bought some
freshly cooked peas and potatoes and returned home in time to have a little
rest with Mary …we talked ...
... body is an amazing machine that knows exactly what to do if it starts to overheat…it starts to ‘sweat’ (or as my mum always says…’perspire’… ;only animals sweat not humans) and with the constant heat of the week it doesn’t matter if you have a shower or try to keep cool ….we are always walking/sitting around like wet rags.
With all our spare time we have become avid readers with us both reading two or three books ...
... in the Leaning Tower of Pisa, we went inside the Duomo. I don't remember much from the Duomo, other than the large paintings of all the different saints, and the fact that Susannah's dress was considered too short because the bottom of it went to her knees. She had to wear some tacky plastic apron thing while in there. I do remember learning that both the Baptistry and the Duomo are leaning, like the Leaning Tower, only not as much, and not ...
... bright and blue and we made the most of the day. We returned again the next day after sleeping by the river, it was a grey miserable day, so we left to head out to Lucca.
Lucca is a huge walled city surrounded by angry pointed ramparts. The walls though were all converted to parkland and were covered in trees and a footpath that ran around the whole city. Truly gorgeous as all the trees were all golden and autumny with a carpet ...