Hotel Di Stefano
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Easy train ride of about 1.5 hours. Got to hotel at 11.50am..did the easy thing today and caught a taxi.
After checking internet connection for strength we are happy. The last 3 days have made it difficult to do the blog and deal with a few Bill things back home anyway all is well here.
This afternoon we walked from one side of the old …
... it's marble pillars. It was built as the bell tower for the Duomo. Construction began in 1173 and almost immediately it began to lean. It was finally stabilised in 1993 and it is now 4.1 metres off the perpendicular.
The Duomo and the Battistero are magnificent buildings too with beautiful carved and sculpted marble, both inside and out.
... called and they said it it just not possible to check in online for the Ibiza airport, sketchy. I emailed the hostel and found out that I could indeed get a key for a deposit and return it in the morning. Things were looking up. Then I arrived at the airport and saw that my flight was delayed. Why you ask, when I live on an island that NEVER gets rain? Well, about a month ago, there was a fire at the Fiumicino airport, and since then, there have been delays. My flight was scheduled ...
... of the highlights were 'small adult Jesus', 'bodybuilder Jesus', 'bad make-up artist Jesus', and 'bearded Jesus'. Really, we were willing to take any appreciation of the art in order to have the opportunity to see the amazing collection at the Uffuzi.
A couple of hours at the gallery was enough, and, we rewarded our young art historians with some gelato before taking in another type of gallery, the Galileo science museum. This small ...
... Pisa, as it was on the way, and just get into Nice real late. This sounded like a great option, so it is the path we decided to blaze.
So we woke up early in Fregene, made a quick breakfast of baguette, prosciutto and some cheese (just what we needed) and headed to the bus stop to catch the bus to the train station. From here we took a train to Pisa. The train was a little delayed, so by the time we made it to Pisa we only had about an hour and a half before ...