Idea Hotel Pisa Migliarino
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Migliarino
... Fortunately rain held off while in Pisa. 30 min train ride to Lucca on a less loved train. Two young girls beside me with pet rat taking it out on an trip. Maria from Pricipe Calaf (a character in Pucinini's Turandot) phoned me on train and organised a taxi to collect me at station. Great service. Lovely welcoming lady. This place recommended by Stuey. Booked superior room on Booking 129€ for 2 nights but was settled into standard room so stayed put. BnB ...
... find a restaurant for dinner. Valerie greeted us with open arms and took us to our lovely bedroom.
We had stopped and picked up some groceries at the previous village, so Sini and Valerie headed for the kitchen to girl talk and to prepare our dinner. I finally got my relaxing break with a glass of local wine and hung out with their 13 year old mutt, named Bobby. After dinner we wandered around the farm land and Sini got in her well deserved ...
... the cobblestone streets, it felt good to be back in Italy. Pisa was/is beautiful. I didn't have high expectations but the next day blew me away. The rolling hills and mountains could be seen beyond the river. The small streets that break away from main roads held character; Each turn was a different adventure. The other monuments were something to see but simply walking around the town was what I enjoyed most.
Up early this morning, and all in the car to drive to the train station in La Spezia. From there we got the 10:20 train to Pisa.
An hour and a bit, and we were there. We had plenty of time to kill before our scheduled climb up the tower, so we had a lovely lunch in a small restaurant, outside despite the first rain of the holiday so far.
Then on to the botanical gardens - extraordinary bamboos! But slightly neglected ...
... crowds, but it was getting noticeably busier the longer we stayed. There were lots of illegal street vendors selling prints, scarves and splatter balls (How could anyone resist?). There were a surprising number of cruise folk that were buying the pictures though.
After lunch, with strong coffee, we were on our way to Pisa. Pisa used to be a sea port but over the centuries the sea has worn away the sandy land and now the sea is about 7 ...