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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 …
... be pretty creative with our meal planning! The next morning we woke up, and took a train to Viareggio and spent Valentines Day on the beach! Once again, we were the only ones in bathing suits, and almost the only ones on the whole beach! It didn't stop us from soaking up the sun, drinking way too much cheap wine, and splashing around in the Mediterranean! It almost seemed surreal laying there on the beach, with the glimmering water in front of us, and mountains in the background. ...
... we were was not a good idea, however we were then forced to spend more money on accommodation as it as all feeling a little sketchy and any hope of getting money back was quite slim. We didn’t have Wi-Fi though so checking options was not possible. We returned home to a freezing house. This was ridiculous. We got out our sleeping bags form the car and all went to bed, hoping to sleep. The heating was so noisy we ended up turning it off as it was making no difference to warmth ...
... creme brûlée and I had an orange cheesecake. Washed down with a glass of Brunello and another of Fumin. The waiter liked us so much he bought a rather full glass of desert wine for me gratis. We have not been going out for dinner too much this trip so it was nice that when we hâve gone out it has been good. The macchiatos at the end capped it off well. Back to the accommodation for a good night's rest. More to do tomorrow. ...
... Olive trees are now common and always on the side of a hill. By lunchtime we arrived at Pisa,
As we arrive at Pisa there is a carpark outside the town and they take you into the tower area in a theme park style people mover. It is all really well organised which is great because it is really hot again today.
As you approach the gates leading into the tower precinct you are immediately surprised by the number of people and the number of buildings. In ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed