Residence Isola Verde
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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So this afternoon, I took an hour-long train ride to Pisa-a city that pretends it has wifi-it never worked for me. I got there around 2 PM and made my way (via the directions I had screenshotted the night before-DO THIS) to the hostel. This was on the other side of the city from the Tower but it was relatively nice. I stayed in a girl's dorm this night and once I had all my stuff locked up tight, I took the map and made my way through the old town to the ...
... the second go I understood it all. I just had to think hard before I constructed each sentence. It's a strange feeling to do that. A good one but your brain has to work faster than usual and you feel it's slower than usual cause it has to translate everything. I tell you what though, I love learning languages, perhaps one day I will study them full time again-when I get sick of teaching of course. :)
... to see the sun set tonight so we pulled the children out of the pool at 6.30 and went to the site restaurant for oune of our best meals so far. Lara and Duncan shared a chicken cotaletta (Duncan is bored of endless pizza already and Lara has been living on chips bananas and bread).
... 12:42! We easily bought the ticket from the machine using my trusty chip and pin card again- dare I say that I am now an expert at the ticket machines! We found our track due to Mary's trenitalia app- how did I not know about that one? And then validated the ticket and hopped on. We used the ride to write some postcards, finally! We will beat then back for sure. We arrived at the Pisa San rossore station very near the tower. We stopped for some sunscreen... What? Sunny?? ...
Travelling to Pisa takes you from the Ligurian region into Tuscany. We took the train for a reasonable €8.50 each with one station change.. The total journey was about 1.20 hrs passing through lots of small towns including Carrara which is where they carve the marble out of the hills, and the place where Leonardo da Vinci sourced his raw materials. From our window in the train we saw a number of yards stacked with massive slabs and ...