AC Hotel Pisa by Marriott
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Today we had to wake up really early to get to the airport! We were very lucky because last night was daylight savings time for Europe so we got an extra hour to sleep :) We called a taxi to take us because it was so early the buses were not running :( we made it on time, got through security quickly, and were able to relax for a bit before heading to our gate! Once there we met up with a few of our Florence friends who ...
... for Pisa. We were pretty skeptical of the restaurants we would find because of our bad food experiences in Venice. We decided we would just look at restaurants while we made our way toward the meeting point for our tour. We checked out several menus but they were either overpriced or the food looked terrible.
We eventually found a little café off the main road that looked promising. As sick of sandwiches as we were, we got some sandwiches and ...
... exquisite tiers of columns. The wooden ceiling inside the Duomo is decorated with 24 carat gold and is a legacy of the Medici rule.
The baptistery was built in 1152. They built a baptistery because you could not enter the church until you were baptised. There is also a cemetery where all the prominent Pisans were buried. This was damaged during WW11.
After our guided tour we had free time to take photos and get a drink or shop before returning to the bus for ...
... of the tower. All over the lawns around the tower, you'll see people contorting themselves into weird positions, almost as if everyone is practicing an odd form of Thai-chi. In fact, everyone is just trying to take ridiculous pictures of themselves pushing or holding up the tower.
After standing around and people-watching for awhile we figured, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em! We leaned into the cheesiness and took ...
... be able to visit Volterra, but we drove through Volterra, a high walled medieval town on a hilltop....get the picture! We were in fact so impressed with the view of Volterra that we shouldn't have been driving through it at all; we were supposed to have taken a left turn well before it, so a three point turn on a narrow hill and a sharp tap to wake up the navigator who was too engrossed in the scenery!
Camping Village Miramare was on ...