Idea Hotel Pisa Migliarino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Saturday night we decided to treat ourselves with a Pizza from the campsite, we ordered and returned 1/2hr later to collect the food, it wasn't ready so I waited and Linda returned to the Motorhome... After another 20 mins of waiting I chased where was our food, after half an hour after the collection time the Pizza's finally arrived, I asked for ...
... for J and biscotti and vino santo for me, then espresso Rolled home to watch more of the "race" from our balcony Out for a walk along the wall, saw the Pfanner Palace Home to our piazza for a drink Out to dinner at da Guido: J had pesto and I had spinach ravioli, shared a salad ...
... in the day to check out the last two towns in Cinque Terre. The first one we got the train to was the fifth town Riomaggiore. This was a lively town with lots of seafood takeaways. We walked around to a beach covered in boulders and went for a swim. Walking out into the water on big slippery boulders... let's just say it wasn’t my most graceful moment. After a swim we headed to the fourth town on the train, Manarola. This was ...
... there. Very enjoyable. On our arrival we met up with Riccardo our local tour guide. He was amazing. We walked through the the main attractions, Field of Miracles, Duomo, Camposanto and Leaning Tower. Riccardo had some great knowledge of Pisa. What was truly wonderful was he took us through the town of Pisa and told us stories of Galileo Galilei, took us to Piazza dei Cavalieri and one of the oldest churches in Pisa, ...
... and ran up two steps at a time. It was amazing because you could actually feel how bent the Tower was from the inside. Well, it wasn't claustrophobic or slippery at alėl and it was a great climb, which only went for about five minutes. The view was great at the top! When we got down, we took more photos and headed off. I got a huge gelato for just 3 euros
(three flavours!) and it was definitely worth it. I shared it with Mum, don't worry. We came back ...