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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... prepared risotto with mushrooms, and beef so tender we hardly need knives when we eat it later. But now it's time for lunch. Decisions, decisions.... we circle the market, eyeing others' plates, and finally settle on plates of fritto misto del mare, lightly battered and heavily salted fried sardines, shrimp (whose eyes look up at us sadly) and calamari. Yum! Tourists and locals vie for the seats that give front ...
... going because of the car rental and driving around in areas I don't know but I know she wanted to go so I got up this morning and said we wanted to get out here to do that. So we started late at 10 and got our way to McDonald's at the train station to get some coffee and what was an ungodly sausage McMuffin that was basically a big Mac with sausage muffin in it which was unbelievably yucky. We then jump in a taxi and headed over to the airport to rent a ...
Firenze! When we were leaving Rome, I thought had booked the train from "i termini" which was right near us but no I booked it from "la tiburtina" another station which was a good 30 min walk away so lucky we checked our tickets! After an awesome train ride with wifi and speed of 255km/h (take that Vline!) we arrived Florence and I fell in love. I've been to Florence before but only briefly ...
... family dinner. At one point, the mom took the girls to the bathroom, and the dad looked at us and shrugged his shoulders as if to say "quiet at last!". We laughed and said the girls were very cute and they had done quite well during dinner. He agreed, but said they were traveling and it could be a challenge with a 2 yr old. We asked where they were from and he said Houston! No way! They live in the West Ave complex ...
We hit the road early, as our plan was to avoid the high speed toll way and take the scenic route to Pisa and then onto Florence. The one and a half hour drive to Pisa was a really beautiful drive, firstly we had to make our way out of the hillside ocean towns then through some lush forestry before following the coast road the rest of the way.
Arriving in Pisa we were very mindful of the ZTL areas and found a park well out ...