Residence Isola Verde
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... once again we were still in high spirits for our day ahead. We checked out of our hotel, bought our train tickets to La Spezia where we were to pick up our hire care, a fiat, to travel to Florence later today. After waiting for the train and getting to La Spezia we had to get a taxi to the Europe Car office. When we got there we presented our passports, document of confirmation and payment and then disaster struck. The lady behind the counter wouldn't let us take the car without a ...
... seriously heavy rain followed. As the morning unfolded and the heavy rain continued, it became obvious we weren't going anywhere today,.. a day for lazing around, playing cards, and a long, lazy lunch. Oh,.. and the temperature,.. a cool 18 degrees C!! We are in polar fleece,.. but sooo much more comfortable that the 38 degrees we sweltered through yesterday. We will devote an extra day to exploring Lucca,.. it is great that we have the time to accommodate ...
... probably hide in the biggest bell. The bells were all leaning too , well actually they weren't leaning, they just looked like they were.
We stayed up there for a while , in the rain, but were then asked to come down as the next group was due. One way up and one way down. I got lost, ha. Forgot where the second level of stairs started from.
Going down was tricky too because of the wet steps and the steepness, but what a blast.
Climbed up inside the Leaning Tower of Pisa today - all the way to the top in the belfry. Florence has been beautiful this far! Shops line the streets, gelato is unreal and I went to mass in the cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in the piazza just down from where we are staying. It was really cold inside but it was beautiful. Pisa was pretty, too. A few ...
Italy the land of pizza, pasta and wine! The country that seems to be on everyone's destination list, had finally arrived on our itinerary. Italian was our language of choice in primary school, and I had since established great expectations for all of this country's iconic buildings and history.
First up we head to Pisa, to visit the great Leaning Tower. We waved goodbye to Nice and France ...