Grand Hotel Majestic Gia Baglioni
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... mosaic tiles and lots of little bars and restaurants. All old but mostly well maintained. Main piazza and duomo had medieval look and were huge. Church was designed to be biggest in Europe till Papa stepped in. Taxi to Ducati 20€ for museum tour which had to be booked and was a bit disappointing cause factory closed this week. Lots nice bikes including first model Cicolino (small puppy) 100cc. Lots ...
... up. There were lots of people doing a walk, run or ride up the path. I walked up it ok but was a little concerned I arrived at the top that the sun was setting already. I had a quick look around the basilica - a lot of renovations were taking place so access outside was limited. By the time I arrived back at the piazza it was dark and after 7. Back at the hotel I was pleased to smell a fresher bathroom. I was also pleased to be able to get into my room. What a fantastic ...
... some confusion about what the number was to call but they tried several numbers and no answer from any of them. Then they found out she had collected a second swipe key about 10 min before. And they assumed she was not in the room There have now been 4 different people, a variety of key cards and keys used, and now they are using a drill to get in. They have given me a wine to have while I wait - the bar is just down the corridor from my room so I can hear and peep around the ...
... Pisa one gets! The smaller of the two towers leans 3.2 metres and the bigger one leans a far more modest 1.3m. We climbed up the taller one, called the Torre degli Asinelli, which is 98 metres high and has 490+ steps. Some of the sets of stairs were incredibly tiny, and it was impossible to put your foot straight out on the step (Garth had to walk down sidewards very slowly!). There were great views across the city, showing the endless red roofs, the towers, ...
... buildings (with their polished and worn mosaic pavements) and the oldest university in the world somehow nestling in amongst all the rest of it (strangely similar to Oxford in some ways... the two crazily leaning towers at the centre certainly outdo Carfax) Here are a few of Hilli's highlights... along with some of her pictures - dinner at Cesare's... a wonderful old-fashioned place serving amazing local recipes - the beautiful serenity of the ...