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So we have a plan to head to Tuscany, we have never been there and I had some different articles with walking tracks in the area and of course the wine and the lovely scenery were an attraction.
So we get on the motorway, we don't usually use them but you can get along way very fast especially in Italy. It's pretty mountainous and the motorways have been built up on huge viaducts and lots of tunnels. Some of them ...
... need to sit at the computer doing anymore research as she had found us a lovely apartment in Scarborough that we could stay in when we arrive home until Alycia's tenants left and we could move into her place...Brilliant, it is all coming together!!
After lunch (grilled steak and
salad) I called Marco T. to see if I could sing…it’s been a while…when he said
to come over I took off to the chiesa and got an hour of singing in…not a
moment too ...
... the day full of adventure but after midday they are walking around, dragging their feet …dad at the front with the map looking flustered and lost…the equally red faced dutiful wife walking behind knowing that she could find out exactly where they are but not wanting to upset her husband and his ‘map skills’…. And the two teenagers at the back wishing they were anywhere else…It all starts with good intentions!!!!
As we all ...
... of Pisa is a weird feeling. At one point, the steps face downwards slightly, and you feel like you're going to fall forwards. Then they face upwards, and you feel like you're going to fall back. This keeps happening up until you get to the top. It's a serious Twilight Zone moment, I kid you not! The view from the top was awesome. Allison and Dallin had stayed at the bottom so they could take pictures of us at the very top.
... we got some sports store clerk to phone around for us.
We fortunately were in Pisa. So later that afternoon we ventured into the town to find the famous leaning tower.
The Piazza di Miricoli was swarming with tourists, all milling around taking their token cliché photos of each other holding the tower up. We felt sheepish ourselves doing it, but it seemed like one of those "when in Rome" deals.
The weather however ...