AC Hotel Pisa by Marriott
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Of course, when you go to Italy, you have to visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa, it's always on your "must do" list. So I went on a private tour to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. When in the tower, you could feel that it was leaning. We learned about how the tower became "Leaning Tower" instead of "Tower." The tower was a bell tower made in Pisa, Italy, and during it's construction the ground was too soft, making it lean due to it's ...
... the only option is a taxi. I have greatly documented my huge dislike for getting taxis (see my pages on India, China, Budapest and in particular Istanbul) as they inevitably end in disaster. So I was dreading this one. We didn't get off to a good start. The drive didn't recognise the name of the hotel initially, after showing him to address he proceeded to shout at me ''yes, yes, yes, yes''. Ok then.... We ended up driving the most direct route (thank you ...
... roads were serene and picturesque. A rural setting with tall trees, grape vines and several sunflower fields. The wheat fields had been harvested in June so they were barren and golden with an occasional wheat "roll." Florence was the capital of Italy from 1865-1871. It is currently the capital of Tuscany. Dante and Galileo were from Florence. Carlo Collodi, who wrote Pinocchio in 1883, was born here. The first place she took us to in Florence was the Michelangelo Square with ...
... are issued as Toscana region, meaning you can use the same ticket in the region for 6 hours. So we decided to visit Lucca as well, since we have already purchase 2 extra tickets. The train to Pisa cost 7.90 € and is valid for 6 hours. The trip takes about an hour to reach Pisa Centrale station which is within walking distance to the leaning tower of Pisa. You can choose to take the shuttle bus for 1.10 € each way directly to Pisa ...
... directly with the owner I felt we had been completely misled and taken advantage of, which isn’t a nice feeling.
We needed to get dinner so we went back into town only to find that all the supermarkets were closed but it was too early to have dinner in a restaurant so we drove back home. I continued my rant while I sat on the heater, we were all wearing our puffer jackets, scarves and beanies to try and stay warm. The heating had made no impact. We had no Wi-Fi ...