Hotel Rita Major
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I checked out and went to the train station where I left my baggage so I could grab my tour at the Leaning tower of Pisa.
The Tower was amazing and starting to climb up the stairs all 294 - you felt like you were on a lean! The beautiful marble steps have grooves in them from where everyone has used them - you wouldn’t think that that would happen to Marble - but after centuries of ...
... leather coat out with a beautiful silk scarf. Joe and I exchanged glances - were we set up? Of course Kathy's first reaction was "How much" but Fillipo was not going for that. He described the coat, he asked Kathy if she liked the coat, he went on and on about the quality. The only thing that made us not walk out right then was this: it was gorgeous coat and with the scarf, Kathy looked great. Next it was Patti's turn. "Darling, you need ...
... We did some more shopping then rested up at the hotel. We found a restaurant that wasn't to our liking so we went to the hotel roof for desert and another look at the view before we headed to Venice the next day. I had an extremely sweet desert wine, which turned out to be a terrible idea as I woke up in the middle of the night with a very upset stomach.
I couldn't sleep for the rest of the night so it was a rough travel day to Venice. We got lost ...
... Then ravioli with spinach and ricotta & gnocchi in beef ragu. Then came the main course of a full rib-eye cooked (to perfection ) on the bone served with roasted potato and rosemary. Dessert was tiramisu and strawberry cake. Of course the whole meal was washed down with a good dose of excellent wines. Back to the hotel and we are all sad to be leaving Italy, but are looking forward to our next adventure in France. We have one more Italian stop in Pisa then onto ...
... a decent wage in Italy and don't depend on tips as they do in the US. I can't forget to mention that we also got gelato, the required ritual of visiting Italy. I got straccitella and Jake got chocolate and panna cotta. I was just reminiscing about our first trip to Italy and how we logged all of our gelato flavor adventures. Jake was such a little guy then! And now I know I can trust him to find his way back to the apartment if we get separated. After just two days, he is ...