AC Hotel Pisa by Marriott
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An early start as we are now off to Italy! Driving through the border was one of the most beautiful drives - from the mountains filled with perfumerie plantations and the vast number of tunnels. One interesting fact is that we supposedly went through 185 tunnels between Antibes and Florence!! One thing we have noticed is that the petrol stations are not your typical Pitstop. We got to experience our first taste of Italy by getting a quick pizza ...
... selling the usual array of ‘tat’. Turning right at San Giuseppe we stumbled across a compact but very characteristic church of Santa Catarina. The fašade (completed in 1326, six years after Dante had finished his masterpiece!!) has a pointed shape with white and grey marble, with, in the upper section, two small Gothic verandas and a central rose window.
We had only been strolling for about 25 minutes, Roisin was right when she declared: ...
... I had a way out though. I pointed out the purchase time that is printed on the tickets, exactly forty minutes ago which proves this is the first time we've used these tickets, and he could validate them right there by punching a hole in them or destroying them or whatever. That logic was apparently lost on them as the fines they charge must be a nice way of subsidizing the trains. There goes 40 euro per ticket on an 8 euro ticket. ...
... locals sang were American songs, pretty funny watching and listening to them sing. Had to get a little liquid courage and got up with a buddy on the trip Eli and we sang Bon Jovi, Living on a Prayer, the crowd and the whole place really got into it. Later that night a few of is tasted the Florence night life . . . And the locals really love Americans, a bunch of them kept coming up to me and Eli, he's from SF, ...
... I think would be awesome to do out here. Anyways, once getting in we walked up the 250+ leaning stairs going up to the top. You could def. tell you were leaning when walking up. It was interesting because in the middle of every stair there was a big intention. Overheard someone say it was from all the rain running down them over the years…don’t know if it’s true, but makes sense to me. At the top there are a bunch of ...