Hotel La Pace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... climb (for lack of a better word). The steps tilted in all different directions. At times, we climbed yet felt like we were going down. Then they sloped sideways before getting really steep. Three levels from the top we walked around the perimeter, enjoying the scenery, and having a birds eye view of Dawn, Judy, Pat, and Bryan below. Up one more flight, we could see the distant mountains past a sea of clay roofs. On the ground, it was stifling hot, but ...
... Pisa. The kids had talked about it (doing the leaning 'thing' holding it up and all that) so we popped in for a visit and lunch. We got into Florence and expertly navigated our way to the Piazza where we were meeting our AirBNB hosts. After we dropped our bags at the apartment we returned the hire car thanks to the navigation help of our host. Florence has a ...
... their chance at propping, tipping, or violating the vertically impaired monument. We took our turn as well and then sat and had lunch in the square.
It's a surreal experience to be sitting across from a world heritage building casually having a meal. After relaxing for a bit, it was time to make our final trip for the day and settle into ...
... standards. This means no mini skirts, short shorts and singlets. We don't understand the need to cover our bodies to enter the churches as the bible states that we were made in gods image. Apart from that, there are also a lot of sculptures and art inside of the churches which depict half naked men and women. But the main reason I'm complaining is because it is really annoying when you are not dressed right and miss out on going inside. Anyway, Nathan was wearing a ...
... is dedicated to St. John the Baptist. It's construction began in 1152 and was not completed until 1363, so total construction time took 211 years. The Baptistery, which is Romanesque in design and appearance, was designed by Diotisalvi whose is name was carved on a pillar inside.
Really pleased we took the time to come to Pisa, whilst it wouldn't be a place you would stay for long, it was worth seeing, and spending the day here, lots of fun!