Parking Hotel Giardino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Overall we enjoyed Pisa despite the crowds and the limited time we had to look around.
On to Lucca which I had been told was a real little gem. We were not disappointed. If you never travelled but dreamt of what a little Italian town was like, Lucca ticks all the boxes. The cafés, churches, town square, bicycles, Vespas, pastries, restaurants, cobbled streets, amazing architecture etc. Again we didn't have much time, we would have loved to stay longer but it wasn't to be. ...
... like, it loses reverse) so we are assured that we will stop at this village on our way back and we carry on to Levanto.
Levanto is the biggest village and from what we can see, the most commercialised. We have free time for two hours here, so share two beautiful plates of pasta (what else, in Italy) pesto linguine with green beans and ravioli with meat sauce. Both were delicious and were delivered with a bowl of the finest, softest, ...
... this square and there were literally hundreds of people either looking to enter the cathedral to see inside this impressive marble masterpiece, to climb the tower, to buy from the local shops and market, to take a ride on one of the horse and buggies, to eat at one of the restaurants or to enter via one of the side doors to attend mass. On seeing this cathedral, again, I now think it is one of my favourites as the colours of the marble glistening in the sunlight add to ...
... and after a glass of wine, we were smiling again and looked forward to seeing my sister, Guillaume and Antoine in Corsica. We woke at 06:00 and lined up with the other zillion cars and trucks waiting to enter the bowels of this huge ship. We started boarded at 7:15 and were in our cabins at 7:45. We were determined to use those damn cabins to the fullest! The ferry rocked a little during the crossing, instantly transforming all passengers into ...
... lunch gelato in hand.
The Duomo is a beautifully designed church with a grand terracotta tiled dome which we sighted prior to moving onto the main piazza in Florence, the Piazza Della Signoria. This is home to the Palazzo Vecchio (the town hall), the original standing place of the statue of David (with the replica now in its place), the Loggia dei Lanzi (an open air sculpture gallery) & the fountain of Neptune. It is quite stunning ...