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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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On arrival in Livorno we 'followed our noses', looking for a campsite that was not too far from the centre of town (some we found were anything from 8 to 10 Klms out of the city). We actually 'lucked in', finding a small camp ground just 300 metres from the sea, and about 4 Klms from the centre of town,.. a flat ride along the seafront,.. what more can one want. The camp is an asset of the Down Syndrome Association,.. their local headquarters right next door to the site. Most of ...
... little town, but nothing really special. We wandered the promenade around the beach-front solo, definitely feeling like the only tourists to visit the spot in the off season, before stopping for a mandatory gelato and then carrying onto Pisa.
Finding the campground late afternoon, we checked in and enjoyed a beer in the sunshine, before heading indoors to decorate Larz ready for Jase’s BIG ...
... be back again, and is one of the seven wonders of the world. Our driver Enrico was very informative, and explained that the tower leans due to the soft soil on which it is built, along with a shallow foundation. During construction in 1178 the tower began to lean, even after only three stories were built. Construction was halted at that time for almost 100 years, mainly due to political reasons, but it did allow the soil to settle. Theorists say ...
... we did get lots of pictures of it. Next we picked up entrance tickets to the cathedral, baptistery, and calstenon. The cathedral is absolutely beautiful. Gold ceilings, painted murals everywhere, benches to kneel and pray infront of a candle lit Jesus, huge hand carved statues, stunning and peaceful :) that was definitely our favourite. So called the Field of Miracles by a poet who came to pray and upon arriving and taking in the peace and beauty of the huge ...
... makes its first stop of the day in San Gimignano. It was located on a hill lots of very narrow streets and great views too. As always you find buildings from the 1300s' such old buildings are fun to walk through.
The lunch was also provided on this tour and it was great. Pasta and bread, olive oil and of course plenty of wine too, plus desert! Our next stop was in a little bigger village again up ...