Hotel La Torre
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... was a service charge (tried to point to something on the back of the menu, very small and I presume in black ink on the navy blue background, I could see nothing). I very unhappily handed over my credit card, only to have them say, cash only! I only had €55 euro on me, (and shook my head when Michael went for his wallet) and after a pause they accepted it. I asked for a receipt and they said their machine wasn't working. I told them I knew they were cheating ...
... tidied up. Tim's local friends help out at the Casa and came up with proper agricultural equipment to get everything ship shape. Later on we headed out in the Land Rover, we passed a place called Pontecodi and headed up the mountains. Tim knew of a restaurant up in the hills and it had a great view. We hung around taking some pics of the sun going down and then went inside for some top notch food....the local wild boar was something else. We then ...
Purtroppo il nostro ultimo giorno in Italia
We left Florence and drove west to Pisa. Didn't have time to take the scenic route so it's the highway for us. Day was warm and getting warmer.
Arrived in Pisa and eventually found the Lean To.....just had to follow the tourists.
Day was hot but the detour ( destination is Roma) was worth it
Perfect blue skies and a stunning sight
... followed our noses and headed out.
An hour on a train later and we arrive in Pisa. Websites like wiki travel etc all hint that the only thing to do in Pisa is the tower and then it's best to get straight out again. (Un)fortunately for us this wasn't an option and we were committed to spending the day/night here. Pisa is split down the middle by a river. On one side it's fairly touristy whilst the other (where ...
... touring the city at night.
A small group of us wandered around the city and Dee showed us around, telling us bits of history on the way. The Duomo or church was amazing and was even open so we could see the inside. To be honest the exterior was so much more impressive with its different designs in marble. After seeing the Duomo, we crossed the river and climbed up to a large lookout over the city. ...