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... like mad people. I am thinking that probably would have been the result of fear :-) LOL. But we managed to board the train just on time and I bid goodbye to this good friend and thanked him for the wonderful dinner. I chose a seat on the top and settled myself in a coach which had just one other person. I was still panting for breath and trying to figure out what just happened. Another minute passed and I hear an announcement in Italian. I figured out ...
... for the afternoon was to visit with Pia, my Dad's cousin (my second cousin?) on the way back from Pisa. She would cook us another Italian-style dinner. Ravioli con noci (walnut sauce) and ravioli con aglio (garlic sauce) for the primero. Cima (stuffed cow stomach) and salad ruz (a vegetable salad) for the segundo. Delisioso! Once again, the food was amazing, but the company was even better. Pia ...
... to say the least. The area was very busy with tourists, I was surprised at how many Indian and Asian tourists there were. Our guide told us about the building of the Cathedral, the Leaning Tower and the Baptistery as we walked around the site. He was very keen to point out the local rivalry with Florence. The towns used to be ruled by wealthy families and these families often tried to take over other towns to increase their empire. This lead to lots of conflicts between all ...
- Arno River
- Leaning Tower
Lago Puccini (open air theater for Puccini operas)
Viareggio (Mar Ligure)
From Seeboden to Pisa
On May 7, 2014, we started at 10:00AM in Seeboden-Unterhaus by car using the following route to Pisa
- Tauernautobahn Seeboden, Villach
- Autostrada (ugovizza Tarvisio - entrata) Tarvisio, Udine,Treviso, ...
... very expensive. We took our food to a fountain right near the tower, and had a picnic lunch overlooking the tower – very memorable!
After lunch we headed back into Pisa, taking a different route from our trip in. This time, we went through the central part of the town. There was much more to see - plazas, fountains, shopping, restaurants, street vendors, you name it – it was a neat walk; Pisa has great character.