Country House Croce Di Bibbiano
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... and weaving in and out of the shuffling oozing hordes......
Interesting place - it sits atop a mountain, and at the very peak are the ruins of an ancient civilisation who used the same old "closer to God" theory of the top of the hill, for various religious ceremonies going back to 15 - 7 BC.... So quite a while back...
... We also walked into the old part of Pisa, something I hadn't done before. There are some beautiful buildings In Knight’s Square, including the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (part of the Pisa University System). One of the main streets is lined with shops and cafés and eventually crosses the River Arno. As we waited at the meeting place for a 1:30 ...
... village, behind an old wall with lots of history and with that comes the tourists. today there was also markets in the town square. lots of sunflowers everywhere being sold, mother's day gifts and leather handbags, as we were in the district and close to Florence where leather handbags are in great supply.
we found a gorgeous little coffee shop and had a special afternoon tea as it was mother's day, and I was missing my gorgeous children. they skyped me ...
... certain streets blocked off because they got too close to a certain contradas stable where there were members posted up guarding the horse 24/7.
The race day itself was of course incredible. A several hour long medieval parade led up to the main event, with somwhere around 15,000 people packed into the plazza, as Steve would put it, we were 'nuts to butts' for hours, sweltering in the sun. Paramedics could be seen hauling people off that ...
... over there. Yes it's not all play on our trip, sometimes I actually have to do some work as well. But with the luxury of doing it from the prettiest places on the planet.
Anyway we needed to fix our communications void, so we decided to find a solution. Near the supermarket we found an electronics store that sold telephones and SIM cards. We got ourselves a data SIM from WIND, a local Italian provider. This costs only 25 Euros (including the costs for the ...