Park Hotel Ripaverde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Today is Pisa day! We hoped on the train with our rail pass and in a hour we were in Pisa. We trekked to the subway next to the tower for lunch then checked out Pisa. We of course did the typical tourist photos then we laid in the grass and enjoyed the sun. Here's some history: Leaning tower of Pisa: • The Leaning Tower of Pisa or simply the Tower of Pisa (Torre di Pisa) is the freestanding bell tower, of the cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa, known ...
... to let them enjoy their guests. We once again tried to see if the shop that had the ceramic I wanted to get for Mike was open, but sadly it was closed. We crossed the mighty Arno to find the fabled restaurant Icce C'e C'e. Here is the story of the restaurant choice. My favorite cook books have food history in them, and one of my very first beloved cookbooks is Anna Thomas's Vegetarian Epicure Book II. In this 1978 classic, the author describes a restaurant in Florence ...
... We learned a lot in a short time and saw where "Mona Lisa's" house was where she was painted. The tour finished up at a leather shop with incredibly beautiful (and pricey) items! As we had a bit of free time, I took a small group to Santa Croce to see the tombs of Galileo and Michelangelo and then down to the Pont Vecchio to get an education in the price of gold...lol. Supper was delicious and then we trod wearily back to our hotel where some of ...
... we spoke english. He spoke english decently but knew his wife could communicate better so he took us around the back and into their kitchen. A very sweet german lady explained to us that the place wasn't heated during the winter because it's low season and they don't get many people. So, they tried to find us another place to stay. Long story short, they looked up and called many places that all were either shut down or away for the season. We had no where else to stay..
... he was away. He asked his jeweler to make a puzzle ring for his wife that would fall apart when removed, and he would not tell her the solution.
Some people also refer to the puzzle ring as a Turkish Wedding Band, but it is unclear how the puzzle ring acquired this name as the Turkish people do not use the puzzle ring as a wedding band. Perhaps the name was given to the puzzle ring to tempt the service men and women stationed at ...