Hotel Il Ponte
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Arrived to see Pisa today. Great experience to see The Leaning Tower of Pisa, much more impressive than we thought with the exaggerated Lean. Pisa is definitely not a one trick pony, but a lovely city to walk around with many other wonderful buildings. We only visited for the day ...
... t serve breakfast, however has an arrangement with a lovely cafe across the road for a traditional Italian breakfast, so off we went and it was fantastic. Back to the leaning tower and other interesting sites for a closer look, another great Italian lunch, then on to the open top bus tour of the city and back for Fivezys. We are now finding lots of interesting shops and restaurants down the back streets, so we will see what we can find tonight off dinner. See you tomorrow, Di & ...
... from certain angles, but also, how it barely leaned at all from others. Yes, we became the tourists that took silly pictures with the leaning tower, haha. After seeing the leaning tower, we hopped on a train and went to see Siena. The city was very quiet but ...
... Again a first for me as the last time I was here I only visited the main attractions.
Another perfect, sunny warm day. I was able to see all these attractions through Paul's eyes as it was his first time there. We really enjoyed the tour and the sights. Lots of gypsies and lots of tourists so be prepared. A tour is the way to go.
... try the path back, hopping the train when we ran out of energy. The plan got a little easier when we realized the two middle paths were closed. They had a major storm last fall that caused serious damage to Monterosso, and all but washed away the next town (Vernazzo). It, and subsequent rains, also caused landslides between the towns. The result is that only two of the paths are opened. There are several other paths, but they go more up into the hills, and you need to be ...