Hotel Minerva

Address: Piazza Giuseppe Toniolo, 20, Pisa, Tuscany, 56125, Italy | Hotel
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      Phil plans to straighten Leaning Tower

      A travel blog entry by wanderinghands on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... a four person bike. We rode around the old town on the top of the wall - 4.2 kms. The wall is at least five metres wide and is used as a pedestrian and bike path. There are even rows of trees along the side.
      A great amount of silliness happened on that bike and I can only be relieved that no innocent bystander was maimed, nor us with Phil's steering antics and annoying bell ringing..
      After the wall ride we rode down ...

      The Leaning Tower and more........

      A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... the Tower for over 10 years. The base of the Tower remains 3 m below ground level.
      Pisano was the master carver who completed the bell chamber, while other masters were responsible for the carvings of the sculptures near the entrance and the base.

      It was quite surprising the difference the "lean" made to the ease with which you could climb the steps, as at times you felt you were distinctly sliding sideways towards the ...


      A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jul 13, 2014

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      ... the Crusades. Later decorated with extensive frescoes, it was the burial place of the Pisan upper class for centuries..again it took us at least an hour to wander around this enormous building. It was extensively bombed in WWII and have achieved a monumental task to restore it. graves that survived from the bombing are roman sarcophagi dating from 3rd century AD, sigh, amazing stuff.

      Finally ended up at the Duomo, Cathedral. Dominating, impressive white ...

      Pisa and that Leaning Tower

      A travel blog entry by richardsons on Aug 25, 2012

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      ... that the extra 4 people at that time might topple the tower!

      Only 270 steps this time – so no problem to us. However, it was very freaky and quite a bit a harder climbing the steps being on a slope – it really seemed to affect your balance. At the top we admired the view and walked around the bells before heading back down.

      Another big ticket sight checked off the list!


      Last day in Italy

      A travel blog entry by owenflorida on Jun 30, 2012

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      ... but it feels more like a bus station) and head for england, brian buys up €20 of snacks for the hungry kids, but his credit card won't work, she tries to take the snacks back, William has finished half of them already and he will probably bite her arm if she comes any closer!! I move one seat behind me so Chris can sleep and stretch out but am told to move back as the plane prepares for landing, she needs to ...