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... a train ride to Pisa for the day. Seeing the leaning tower of Pisa is one of those things I feel as though you have to do, if for no other reason than to say you did it. We fully intended on climbing the 296 stairs to lean at the top, but ended up saving our euros, and sitting on the steps of the cathedral in the sunlight and admiring the structure from the ground instead.
We took our typical tourist pictures of us holding the ...
... or “feels right” directions indicate to go forward or turn right. He will make a left turn when driving or walking. I’ve managed to catch him most of the time but once in a while this impulse has tripped us up… but we always recovered and were back on track after some stressful maneuvering, especially when driving. Today, Siena is beautiful although there were still plenty of tourists following behind their guides ...
... trips. He's a great guy and he makes his class fun. Then after class my friends and I always go buy fresh bags of cookies from the school cafe next door. They're always amazing and 2 bags only cost you 1 meal point. Now thursday is always a tough day. I have 2 classes basically back to back and only get a short break for lunch. First is architecture history. Last year this was literally my favorite class. It was so interesting and I had the best professor. In the class here I ...
... Maria del Fiore (Duomo) and its accompanying Companile (Tower) and Baptistry buildings. It is now 4pm. We queued for about 20 minutes for the Tower. It cost 8 Euro each. We climbed 496 steps to the top of the tower for a stunning view of the city. We walked around the outside of the Dome. There were also 2 levels inside the Dome so that we could walk half way around the Dome. The view of the Dome alfresco and inside of the cathedral was amazing. Back to our room ...
There's a huge street (or park) market out at Parc Cascine on Tuesdays. We go every year and still can't get over the size or number of shoppers. We understand that regular shops in Tuscany and especially Florece are extremely expensive...I mean if your looking for a little Armani number....there's no end of places to look...but a pair of Kohls style jeans for the kids to wear to school...not so much...unless Armani ...