Hotel Cosimo de' Medici
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... t. Ran 10 metres to a validating machine with no idea which end of the ticket to insert but I heard a click. Repeated for second ticket and sped back to train. Of course, Bridget not at all happy with me, with Trenitalia, with travelling or perhaps all of the above. Despite all of this we were now travelling 75 minutes to Pisa. We arrived in Pisa with me knowing that it's a walk across town to the Tower. At a cafe in the station I noticed a sign for bus tickets to ...
... souvenir shops everywhere full of statues especially David's. Every museum & church has a 3 to 5 hour line up. We decide to take in the culture & the people by walking through the back streets, people watching & browsing. We are over long line ups after Paris & Rome. Florence is very pretty & we both like it better than Rome. It's not as big & crazy as Rome but still has the old history, buildings, statues & bridges over a river. There is a lot ...
... area waiting it to end... luckily we had some sculptures to make our waiting better and I took that time to get some "artistic" pictures of the sculptures, yes, David too... no, David wasn't taking artistic pictures... David is the most famous sculpture there, by Michelangelo.
The biggest building in Piazza ...
... it used to be covered in butcher shops but the Count at the time had a secret passage on top of the bridge that he would use to get to his castle and didn't like the smell of meat there, so of course he had it changed). Our next goal was to find a local bar we could post up at and meet some locals, but it was a Monday night... The only place bumping ended up being a 90% American filled bar with a bunch of study abroad folks, and of course they had 'mexican Monday' going on ...
... and Kirby, were in Italy for a family wedding and are originally from Mexico. We all laughed that we are half a world away, and still sitting next to a Houston neighbor.
After dinner, we wandered back to the little Enoteca where we enjoyed a glass of wine on Friday night. It seemed to be more locals than tourists, and once again grabbed a great Chianti, sat on the bench and watched the world pass by. Not a bad way to end the ...