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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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... leg was a stretch of mountain passes with roads lined with trees with their turning leaves. It was just warm enough to have the windows down and smell the freshness in the air. Once in Pisa we parked the car and were hit with a heat wave. Deciding to soak it in we got some beer and sandwiches and well a little sweet to share on the grasses of the church and leaning tower. What a great day to have a picnic and even better to be sitting looking at an iconic piece ...
... of plant nurseries, so the 40 minute journey on the train is quite picturesque. We noticed today that the trees and shrubs in the nurseries have started to get their autumn colours, unlike just a week ago when we visited Lucca and the plants were still completely green. Pistoia itself is a cute little town, even if Wednesday is a market day so every local for miles appeared to be in town. It looked like lots of people do not have jobs, given how many ...
... The Terrace", a small shop on the rooftop of a Venice store which had a great view of some of the city.
From there, it was necessary to procure more gellato, which given the high temperature of Florence, was vital. We then explored Santa Croce, which contains the remains of many famous Florencians (Galileo notably).
The evening primarily consisted of Tuscan dinner and an over exuberant musician who kept the party rolling.
... medieval happening here! It is now 24 hours later. I did consider rewriting this blog entry on Certaldo,.. but thought,.. no, that was our view after Wednesday,.. so, how do we feel a day later? Thursday we took it easy and didn't venture into town till round 5.00pm. This was still far too early as things weren't to get going till around 7.00pm (we found out). We decided to go up to the Old Town via the funicular around 6.30pm and went to buy the tickets. We were asked if we had ...
... the Ponte Vecchio, but everything was shut. We didn’t understand. Shouldn’t everyone be doing last minute and late night Christmas shopping?! Where was everyone? For dessert we visited a café and enjoyed frozen chocolate tart and berry cheesecake.
Back at the hostel we greeted the German girls in the WC with 'Ameisenscheisse!’ and then Joanna and I curled up on the couch, as I introduced her to Game of Thrones. Oh, this series is so treacherous and ...