Giappone Inn Parking Hotel
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... sighted on the walk from the car park to the centre of Pisa. As we approached the railway level crossing our group,moving at American walking pace, was overtaken by a swift moving party of Chinese tourists. They managed to traverse the level crossing just before the barriers came down but then had to wait for Eric or in this case Erica. She had been casually following along behind and somehow mistook our slow moving party ...
Rome and Livorno We had a wonderful visit to Rome. I had booked a shared shuttle to take us in to Rome Central and back. However, we disembark and sitting there with our name in big letters on a sign was our driver in front of a Mercedes. He apologized saying that the shuttle had been overbooked so he was going to take us for the same price as the shuttle. We couldn’t believe our luck! He was very knowledgeable and for the 2 hour trip from the port to Rome gave us so ...
... who lives in Melbourne,.. doesn't every Italian!! (everyone we have met seems to have). In our campsite we have seen numerous Motorhomes coming and going over the past few days. Our immediate neighbour (for 48 hours) has been a family from Milan,.. on their way to Sardinia for a 3 week holiday. The kids (3 of them), came over with a little gift,.. a Nutella filled crepe,.. made by Mumma. (We felt very homesick for our 3 little grand kids). They stayed for a short time 'to ...
... first village, Manarola. (We will only visit four villages, time does not allow us to take in Cornigilia, its quite a walk) And it's just like all the pictures!!! Little houses of many different colours look like they all all stacked on top of each other, and clinging to the cliff face. Each town is surrounded by terraced fields where the locals grow all variety of fruits and vegetables as well as grapes. The terraces are created by stone dry ...
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After dinner we went to the "Howl at the Moon" dueling piano bar. There were 3 pianists who alternated, with 2 playing at a time. They would play any requests from the audience and were all gifted musicians, but the one guy in particular (Drew DeFour) was so amazing...at times he was playing with his foot! They performed 2 or three more nights, and Jan was there every night!