La Buca del Gatto Hotel
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... back to the highway. 40 minutes down the highway, we were all pretty hungry and decided to pull off the road at a gas station/cafe to refuel on food and gas. While munching on some lunch, we decided Pisa was probably at least 1 1/2 more hours down the road. Knowing that La Spezia (a cute beach town none of us had ever visited before) was closer, we changed the plan to go visit La Spezia first to take advantage of the gorgeous weather while the sun was still shining, ...
... conversational, then fluent, within a year... or two...
Now, on to our day in the Cinque Terra. Based on our plan from yesterday, we hop aboard the train to Riomaggiore. The trip was about 40 minutes, and took us through many pretty villiages along the Italian Riviera, including the other four villages that comprise the Cinque Terra. The Riomaggiore stop was crowded, so we took one of ...
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 ...
Jen says: I have to admit that I wasn't all that excited about going to Pisa. I thought that seeing pics of it on postcards, TV, or online was enough for me. So I was pleasantly surprised once I got to view the tower for myself. I was actually impressed by its size...and its lean. We took the standard photos and then watched other tourists posing and leaning for the cameras. It was pretty funny. After taking so many photos of each other holding up that ...
... to the Italian way of cooking, eating and enjoying food and wine. After all, Tuscany is one of the top places for food in the world and we were staying at a tenuta, where they have their own wine, olive oil, bread and eggs. A highlight of this little trip, much to our surprise, turned out to be the Leaning Tower. We had seen the tower some 16 years ago and really didn't remember it being anything that special. ...