Hotel Il Rifugio
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I combined yesterday and today because, well, quite frankly we were too drunk last night for me to post. I'd say "Sorry Mom," but she was the drunkest of us! :) So yesterday, Tom, Dad, Mom, Carleigh and I hopped a train out to Pisa, because Mom and CJ hadn't seen the leaning tower yet, and the rest of us loved the town and really wanted to go back. Pisa, by the way, is so adorable. The town itself is small but so very Italian with its little ...
... the grass. One the main things I wanted to see whilst in Italy was a cellar filled with aged meat and cheese so I was incredibly grateful to be able to go on this tour. We then packed our bags, checked out and tried to put the address of our next accommodation into our gps. The address we were given for Agriturismo Diacceroni in Tuscany wouldn't work in the GPS- it seemed the road was too small to be recognised on the system. So I went back to Antica and one of ...
... the Piazza del Duomo, with the very famous and magnificent Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore. The white and green marble structures are stunning.
Had some lunch in a small cafe and then reserved our seats for our journey to Rome at the railway station.
Walked back along the river back to the hotel to relax.
That evening (on the advice of our host) we went back into town – this time on the bus – to look at the ...
... one’s all me. I am trying to be okay with taking risks in photography, and one of them has been when I see something I want to take a picture of, I go for it! It’s actually quite funny since I’ve gotten quite a variety of reactions.
a. No one will notice. Creeper picture success
b. It will be in a shop that doesn’t allow photos to be taken, and I’ll be asked nicely not to take any more photos. I always apologize and ...
... Unfortunately, the only place for us to sit at that point was on the floor of one of the connecting cars. It was fairly miserable for about an hour. Then, we were able to find a place to sit for the remaining 6 hours of our train ride (it was pretty uncomfortable, but it was better than the floor!). We then had to switch trains to an overnight train. When we found our car, it as already occupied by two Italian men and one Asian man and his ...
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