Hotel Riviera Blu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... obviously be very busy in the summer. But it seemed that less than a dozen rooms were occupied while we were there. We decided to go into Pisa for a few hours to keep ourselves awake. However, it took about 10 minutes to start the car. We had to stop back at the airport on the way to Pisa to ask the correct way to start the car. It turns out you have to have your foot on the clutch when you turn the key and if ...
... The stream is still there, however, and you can hear the sound of running water as you traverse through town. On arrival, we headed straight to the top of town where we find yet another church. (Surprise, Surprise!) The Chiesa di San Lorenzo was constructed in 1338 and sits on a small piazza across from the town's bell tower and an oratory.
From the square, you have a great view of the terraced vineyards of Manarola and the Presepe ...
... of the many minimarkets and bought a baguette (no ciabattas in sight!), some pesto and mozzarella for a sandwich dinner. Did a bit more walking and chilling by the tower before heading back for an early night.
Today was a bit easier. 8am start, bananas for breakfast, then to the ticket office to get tickets for stuff. You can buy a joint ticket for any combo of the duomo, baptistry, tower, camposanto and ...
... to old school planet rock? He put his shades on and turned the music up - whew! He is jamming!
We made it to Camp Darby threw our stuff in the room and headed to the tower of Pisa. This made Dave so happy - this was on his list of places to see. After taking several pictures we had dinner at the Trattoria Toscana - Delicious! See hotwingsandstilettos.com for food details. Tomorrow we are off to Rome and maybe Florence depending on the time.
... It was just a perfect way to celebrate our last night, with great friends at great places. It really was a very very special night... first at PULT for some pre-dinner cocktails and nibblies and then on to San Giorgio’s Ristorante (where else for our last night) until late. When we finally got home I realized that we had three huge bags of our clothes (that we aren’t bringing back with us) that needed to be taken to the Good Samis bin (or the equivalent of). So at 12.30 ...