Idea Hotel Pisa Migliarino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... until we actually reached our so called "destination" where their was only an abandoned field... so we drove and drove and tried to get reception, then finally found a police officer to steer us in the right direction. After driving around 10 km out of our way, we finally spotted the marriot. Tired, grumpy and hungry, we checked in and had a late night diner at the hotel restaurant. It actually turned out to be a great ending to a busy ...
... to make us some pizzas on Thursday. Looking forward to that! Everyone lazed around in the sun/shade.....28 degrees here today....about 3:00 we decided to drive to the fortress at Verrucole. Another very windy, narrow road up the mountain. The fortress was built in 1385 and was at an elevation of 600 meters. The stone walls of the fortress were about 20 feet high and inside the walls was another tower structure. People would have been very safe inside ...
What a long day! After traveling from Venice to la spezia it started raining. I waited out the rain and finally got to the bus stop that would take me to my hostel. The bus got to the stop at the same time I did so I did not have time to buy a ticket. Which was scary cause I thought I was going to get fined!! After asking a bunch of locals, I ...
The next morning was hell. I felt terrible and we had all kinds of drama getting the bags out. I was late to breakfast, but Kevin, Robin and Ali were still there. They were concerned about how I was feeling. I guess they could hear me coughing in the courtyard because we had the window open. I was embarrassed about my ruckus, but they told me they would keep me drugged up. Robin gave me some DayQuil to help me through till we could get to a pharmacy. They were ...
... station was closed (permanently) with only a little room to the side of the original station with the timetable pinned on a board and a ticket validating machine…we couldn’t even buy a ticket as the shop/bar that sold them was also closed.
We walked back to the main piazza resigning ourselves to the fact that we would have to have something to eat at the little café that we had noticed earlier…we were about to enter when we saw two elderly people ...