Residence Isola Verde
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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... campers again. When we arrived in Pisa, we took a look at the big map outside the train station, and figured out how to walk to the Tower. It was an easy walk, through shaded, narrow, cobble stoned streets, that held very authentic Italian shops such as H&M, Sephora, and Foot Locker. It was about a 20 minute, sweaty walk to the Tower. When we got to the Tower, we were not the only ones! There were hundreds of people there (which has been the case every day, at every ...
I took two trips out from Florence on this day, one being to Pisa, as I wanted to climb that tower, and the other to check out some wine country.
It was one of the few days that I got up 'early' in my travels, meaning before 8am. I was thankfully picked up from my hostel and then deposited at the meeting point to get on my tour bus to Pisa. Knowing almost nothing about Pisa other than it's famous ...
... in the form of my tattoo, with Tuttomondo as the background. We spent ages here with me just staring and marvelling at it; Laura has the patience of a saint!
After I peeled myself away, we walked across a small bridge and across some landscaped gardens to reach the tower complex. As with all of the sites we’ve visited so far, there were people crawling like ants everywhere, but the added entertainment with the ...
... of us looking like we were pushing it, picking it up and holding it up. The tower is leaning because the person who designed it didn't build on string enough foundations, the soil was too soft. It may eventually fall but they are trying to preserve it as a tourist attraction. It was a really cool sight to see it for real. There were other cool old buildings and a bronze statue of an angle falling ...
Today, we made the hour and a half drive to the city of Lucca. Luckily, we didn't have any rain while we were out. I had a blast flirting with all the Italian men. lol This is a city filled with gorgeous views and a rich history. We learned about the make up of some of the oldest buildings in the city and of course we visited the cathedrals and baptistries. We also climbed to the top of Guiniji's ...