Plaza e De Russie Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Unfortunately Italian’s seem busy, as they squish at the bar, swig while standing and leave, wasting all the effort.
Thankfully my day started with this simple pleasure, as for the rest of it there was none. There was absolutely nothing pretty or special about the road towards Pisa. It was patchy bitumen, with stinky industrial plants, marble sales yards, and concrete walls with graffiti’d opinions across it. As we were close to stopping for lunch we ...
... coming earlier than it did. We also picked up tickets for the first leg of tomorrow's trip to_Venice, but the train station only sold tickets for the local train.
When we arrived back at Riomaggio, we hopped the bus and the driver suggested we get off at an overlook just above town and walk back, which we did. The overlook was an old castle tower that is now used as a reception hall. It had more great views and we walked down a side street which took us ...
... we would be spending some time programming our destination into the GPS, and thought about warning the person, but wasn't sure how I was going to do it in Italian so I just got in the car. As Anne and I worked the GPS, there was much honking behind us as cars did not like the car that was waiting for our spot to be sitting in the middle of the narrow road. Finally the lady who was waiting came up to our window, and spoke to us in Italian ...
... the duomo (we all agreed it was the most beautiful church we have ever seen) and buildings are. Also, we walked through the town, over the Arno, with a different perspective. We were very glad we took the time to visit.
Need I say, the boys also enjoyed getting totally inappropriate photos of ...
... The waiter bluntly said "tirimisu". I said no. He said "tirimisu or caka". I said no, can we see the menu. He went away, looked at the menu, came back and said "you like tirimisu?". I said, "no I don't like tirimisu or cake" and so it went on. Needless to say no dessert.
So that's Pisa. Unfortunately we missed seeing David as we wanted to make an early start to Sorrento the next morning. It's about 500km.