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I am trying a new way to send out information and pictures so be patient while I am learning. The day following our trip to Cinque Terre is a down day, relaxing outside on the balcony and doing some laundry. We have been cooking a lot of our meals here and tonight we are off to a restaurant recommended by Vivette. Well it is more than a restaurant. They have their own vineyards and make their own wine, have olive trees and make their ...
Packed up everything and left the campsite for a quick visit to Pisa Found somewhere 'free' to park...but free means quite a long walk! In fact the further we walked closer to the 'tower' we found several parking places!! Sod's law! Outside the tower we found, guess what...MacDonalds, my god they are everywhere! We had a quick look round and took the usual photos of us both trying to hold up the tower and Bert tried climbing it! But he was asked to get ...
... mussels with spaghetti and olive oil and fresh herbs simple but a amazing! Aidan had a spaghetti bolognese of sorts which again was so fresh and simple but delicious. There was also a young boy from Russia playing piano, he was amazing! He has been attending music school for the past four years and the mother was concerned he was becoming forgetful over the holiday, we all clapped when he came out waiter was awesome he was from the US however had a very strong Italian ...
... the eighteenth century, with plays being held in the open air overlooking the surrounding countryside - it must have been amazing. After a simple lunch (including some left over Fagioli borlotti alla Toscana from the day before - in fact, there is still some left!), and a few quick swims, we hit the road at around 3.30 to head for Pisa. I had pre-booked our ascent of the Leaning Tower (for 5pm), and didn't want to be late. Almost immediately, however, we took a wrong ...
... humdrum quickly rose again, warranting an admonition from security.
Next, we skipped over to the church, which was entirely surprising. The inside was gorgeous. Far more ornate than the interior of even the Duomo, I did not expect such opulence in Pisa. The ceiling was probably the most incredible part, completely gilded. The church also housed a sculpted pulpit, this one by the former's father, or son. I'm not sure. I lingered here for a ...
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