Idea Hotel Pisa Migliarino
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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... love them in NZ as well, but they seem to have a particularly sweet taste here. Sometimes I just put them whole into a small bread roll, and when I bite into them the juice gets captured in the roll (most of the time anyway!).
Then I walked up to the highest thing I could see which turned out to be a convent and a cemetery. Some of the people had been buried last year, so it was still active, but others were from the early 1900's. I don't know how ...
... put it, ‘The Shortest Night’. Why this should be the reason for an all night party remains a mystery, but like we say, who cares? The events and activities this time weren’t confined to just one square, they were distributed right across the city, and all of the local clubs, societies, voluntary groups and charities, are given space to set up shows or displays to promote themselves. Some of the museums and tourist attractions that normally have ...
... amazing rock formations, with caves in the cliff, they have historic interest. The area looked like it had seen action in World War Two with some damaged pill boxes (machine gun posts) Now enjoying a wine and olives waiting for the ferry to take us back. Poppa is enjoying watching kids fishing, missing our Grandies. Our time in Cinque terra has been made enjoyable from meeting some of the locals, and we have been delighted to see the children playing in the local square in ...
... of a lean it is on! And you can still go in and up it but we didn't because it was 15euro. Would be a bit scary being up the knowing the reason it was leaning is because the foundations are sinking. After all of us doing our token photos, it was time for me to say my goodbyes and start my solo adventure. Seems like I've been on van tour with these guys for so much longer than a week and a bit. So a bit sad but will all be reunited at ...
... a half kilo of organic cheese was bought, which didn't last too long! With all risks assessed the taste was far too good to say no to! After the tasting, we headed out to Brousse-Le-Chateau, to have a look at the village, which is listed in the top 150 towns and villages in France. A beautifully place, even in the pouring rain. A small quaint village, with Templar castle perched overlooking it. After, we drove some of the historical route of the Knights Templars and Hospitallers. ...