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Pisa

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11

8

... the air to take silly pictures. Of course, we did the exact same thing. After about 30 minutes of trying to get the perfect shot it was starting to drizzle so we looked at the other two buildings in the piazza which had entrance fees so we didn't do in. One was the Pisa Cathedral and the other was St. John's Baptistry. We were glad we went back for the once in a lifetime ...

That's Pisa not Pizza

A travel blog entry by indianajill

1
19

... walk to the bus station. When we arrive at the bus station it is only 3€ for a one way ticket and a bus is leaving in 5 minutes. The bus stops right outside The Field of Miracles which is a very big area, which is a good thing as there are crowds everywhere and everyone is taking pictures of themselves holding up the tower. The Tower itself is much prettier than I had expected as are the Duomo and the Baptistry. We take photos but do not buy entry tickets, there are just too ...

We could of spent longer here

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4

5

... on a bench whilst eating some of our lunch. It was so peaceful. We could of sat up there for hours. From where we were sat we could see the many church towers in Lucca as well as the tower with the garden on top of it.

After Lucca we had a quick stop at a local winery where we had a little tour. They explained what wines they make their and which ones we are going to be trying. After the tour we all sat down on a long table whilst ...

A visit to Pisa and Lucca

A travel blog entry by marczimmer

10

... before collapsing into a well-deserved siesta. Once the temperatures had dropped to an acceptable temperature (~90F) we made our way outside and trolled the pretty streets of Lucca and found the Torre Guinigi, a 144 ft tall tower with stunning panoramic views of Lucca. My camera has a panoramic feature and there was no long line (a la Pisa) of ...

Pisa

A travel blog entry by roganna

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4

back in the little teapot this morning to head to Pisa, about 30 min from here. we pre-bought tickets to climb the almost 300 steps of the leaning campanile (freestanding bell tower of a church). It reopened in 2001 after being closed for 10 years, during which they worked on stabilizing the tower by removing soil from under the higher side. It wasn't originally intended to lean - it began to lean in the soft soil after the third story of eight ...

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