AC Hotel Pisa by Marriott
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Travel Blogs from Pisa
... a walk around the shopping street of Pisa, found a chocolatier that served amazing hot chocolate and a nice ricey-semolinaey pudding thing. Went shopping, way better things than in Florence even though the usual chains (H&M/zara etc). Had lunch at a small trattoria on the side of the main shopping street, predictably had pizza. Then got the train back to Florence at about 2ish, went for a bit more of an explore/rest. Can't remember ...
Purtroppo il nostro ultimo giorno in Italia
We left Florence and drove west to Pisa. Didn't have time to take the scenic route so it's the highway for us. Day was warm and getting warmer.
Arrived in Pisa and eventually found the Lean To.....just had to follow the tourists.
Day was hot but the detour ( destination is Roma) was worth it
Perfect blue skies and a stunning sight
... Pendente is and we were no different, but Pisa is more than just The Leaning Tower. The station is on the south of the centre and The Campo is on the north but the walk only takes about 20 minutes if you don't stop at a bar for coffee and eats. Between the two points there are plenty of small piazzas worth a detour which we duly did in both directions.
We'd both been before, albeit a few years ago, but when you walk round the corner and see The Tower ...
It's not the birds that wake you up here (I haven't heard any in this camp) but the noise of the cicada's. Jim and I packed up our camp and organized breakfast and waited around the pool for Derek and Ros to pack up. Turns out the car battery is completely flat. By the time they had packed up, made lunch and had more swims it was the 2pm designated leaving time from camp. We gave the car a push start and headed into Florence ...
... of saints, priests etc and I personally have difficulty with that. To me its glorifying a human in a very expensive building and taking it away from a house of worshiping God. But I am not catholic so admit I may be a bit uneducated on it, just a personal opinion.
The baptistery whilst ornate outside with figurines, heads, gargoyles, animals and decorative carving is plainer inside except for a pulpit and a carving ...