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... over! Our guide assured us that it should stand for another 1000 years, as not only her job, but the whole town of Pisa relies on the tower for its survival. Apparently the builders realised as the tower was being built that it was not straight, so in order to attempt to cover up their poor workmanship, they compensated for this by offsetting the centre of the tower! If you look really carefully you can see that the tower is actually a banana shape! Our guide took us beyond the ...
... gradually came on across the town and valley below. Definitely one of the best meals we've had while we've been out here.
Q. When is 100 not 100?
A. When it's in an Italian hotel.
Confused? Yes, so were we. We had a hotel booked in Montecatini Terme, and found it ok and checked in without incident. "You're in room 100, first floor Mr Hunter" said the nice lady on the front desk. We walked up the stairs, ...
... I expressed my surprise to him that he was still in business....mind you, it was the middle of the day and there was no one else in there.....so maybe, just a matter of time! In Pisa, we tried three cafes and all said they charged extra for sitting down, so we went and made a coffee in the van!
... and yes of course , we managed to get lost! This time it was a pleasure to lose our way. We would walk and walk and then stop for coffee and a biscuit or pastry of sorts . Yum yum lets get lost again!
We managed to eat our way back to the B&B.
Pick up a bit more money and off went to see more sights and of course get lost and eat..
All in all a wonderful day.
... buy some fat pants on our third day in Italy, as our belts were already stressed beyond their breaking points!
Then, because we were so uncomfortably bursting with food and drink, before going to bed we needed to have long walks through Florence's beautiful streets; basking in all that Renaissance beauty eventually caused us terrible headaches. And I know what you are thinking - those headaches had absolutely nothing to do with metabolizing the ...