- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... They really know how to decorate a ceiling here in Italy!!!! The walls were covered in huge magnificent oil paintings, mostly depicting stories of Christ and Mary. Most of the monuments in Pisa are made of white marble which makes for a very picturesque view. Whilst we really only spent around 4 hours in Pisa we did have a great time exploring the monuments, enjoying the gardens an taking very fun and extremely dorky photos! Pisa is certainly worth a visit. Ciao Bella's ...
... when you were going back the other way it was like and extra awkward slope and felt very hard to walk up. The views from the top were great and it was so strange looking out the windows and seeing the horizon on a slope. Even if it wasn’t on a huge lean the tower would be quite spectacular with its Romanesque architecture and the matching cathedral next to it (which doesn’t get much notice next to the tower – it was also covered in scaffolding). ...
My parents came all the way from Calgary to visit us here in Italy for a couple of weeks and Nina's mom and sister came down from Germany for a week. (Nina's sister hadn't seen my folks since we got married almost 15 years ago.) It was nice to be able to show our families a bit of Italy after really getting to know the country well over the past eight months. Including touring around the area, we also ...
... grabbed Ethan’s coat (which he left on his seat) but forgot her own. So, at the last minute, literally, Bryn and Bryce hurried back on to get the coat. Happily, they made it back off the train in time, and we wound our way up, and up, and up, and then up some more to the top of the town where our hostel was located. We booked a family room in Ostello 5-Terre, which used to be the schoolhouse for the church ...
... up hill, although it was almost all easy to climb stairs. There were just a lot (yes a large lot) of them. There were a few narrow areas, but in general there were guard_rails when cliffs were nearby. Our pace was apparently slow, as many people passed us, but we were in no hurry, and still felt sore from yesterday. We did notice that the most common language seemed to be German for the duration of the hike. As the hike progressed, the path degraded somewhat, ...