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... sprayed over a rather sensitive area. Well, the simple answer is no, thank goodness. Luckily, his quick reactions saved him from too much pain, although, it is an experience he has no desire to repeat. It also has to be said most people were greatly amused by the situation, including The WAG of course.
So, Alexander arrived on the 24th to stay for a couple of weeks. This has given The WAG a chance to mother him, (or should that be smother ...
... break and ate our light lunch right on the steps of the Cathedral enjoying all the beautiful architecture around us.
Next was the Cathedral. We've visited many buildings/churches/cathedrals on this trip and they have all been beautiful, but upon entering the Cathedral in Pisa, I found it to be absolutely breathtaking! There was so much detail and beauty every where, it ...
... there and before we knew it we blew our budget for Pisa! Haha. Not really - but it got up there! But it was okay. We probably won't be back to Pisa again so why not?
We went back to where the taxi had dropped us off to try and find a taxi back. There were none in sight - and we couldn't figure out the buses.A nice enough man walked over and said he would take us to the station for 7 euros. The taxi had been like 7.60 or something. He said he did it all day and that's what he ...
... the other tourists. Walked a little before a bus back to the train station. Had a marrochino. Trained to Manarola and walked up the hill to the hostel by the church. Dinner at the only restaurant open in town. Trattoria de Scoglier. Seafood spaghetti, with calamari, mussels and clams. Went to the marina a few steps down to see the waves washing behind the ...
... destroyed by invaders because the leaders of the merchant class paid off the royal class. The city was a center for the silk trade, where many families became very weathly and could protect their own. The city, built on a Roman base, still has a complete surrounding wall. Napoleon like the city and claimed it for his own, and later gave the town to his sister, who is the one who made the wide ramparts into a circular park.
When we arrived ...