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We slept in til just after 9. Mac is feeling a little better, but the coughing, sneezing and overall feeling run-down is clearly evident that he's picked up some European cold. We bolted down to the breakfast room with enough time to grab some of what remained from a slightly impressive buffet. Cereal, pastries, toast, scrambled and hardboiled eggs …
... those jackasses are everywhere. We kept walking and decided we had to get back to the train station to make our train. Two minutes later, Carleigh sees something shiny on the ground. Yep. A Euro dime. Every one of us got chills to the bone, and it took a while for mom to catch control. Love you Grandpa, glad you could join us in Miracle Square. Once we got back to the apartment, CJ had to do school work and I was feeling like relaxing with ...
... us to Pisa and back. The plan was just to spend a couple of hours in Pisa, and then return to the ship. So, we set out across the Tuscan countryside to get to Pisa.
We arrive in Pisa about a half hour later, and spent the next couple of hours visiting the Leaning Tower, the Cathedral, and the Baptismal. The weather was perfect. It was a bit chilly, but clear blue skies. We also had ample time to wander some of the streets of Pisa and to do ...
Вечер 86;м заеха 83; в Писто 81;ю, устро 80;л сканд 72;л с писто 81;скими бабка 84;и и ...
... thought I wouldn’t make the tower any more lop-sided then it already is. The coffee and lemon pastry I had for under three Euros made a great breakfast. I was then on my way for an afternoon elsewhere. Pisa does not require much time unless you can’t get that photo of yourself pushing the tower over just ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed