Hotel San Marco
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and her mummified corpse is on display in a glass coffin a la Sleeping Beauty. Scientists have determined that she died of massive lead poisoning and is so well preserved because she is basically all lead, like a petrified tree stump. Their most important relic, a wooden crucifix, was mysteriously delivered to the city in a driverless cart pulled by two oxen guided by God.
The tv show apparently has a ballroom ...
... ribs on the menu and we decided to try them because we felt like he could make those better than pasta. We were correct. they were great spare ribs and came with potatoes that also tasted yummy. We headed back over near the Bob Dylan stage and sat in a wine bar and listened to part of the concert before heading home. All in all I really like Lucca because it is exactly what I pictured before I came to Italy (beside the Bob Dylan and spare ribs of course ;) ...
Today is Joelene's 40th birthday and will get to spend her day in florence and will get to see Michelangelo's David. I could think of worse things to be doing for ones birthday. Tonight we also get to try the Florintene steak. Apparently these things are at least 1.2kgs of 2.5 inch thick tbone. We got up fairly early for the morning and caught the first train into Florence. We have got to admit it is a pretty city and here you get to ...
... afternoon. Sarah on Tuscany: The first day with the Clarkes. (Our cousins) We got to see our cousins again, first time in 1 and 1/2 years! We got to the house we were staying at and the first thing we did was, swim in the pool. It was really hot that day so why wouldn't we want to swim in the pool? We got to the house late so for dinner we had a barbie queue. It took Madeline and I 2 hours to finish our berger! Theennn, we went to ...
Thursday morning we set off early to Pisa to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa. On the road there we saw fields and fields of sunflowers. We were there quite early (for a change!) so weren't too many tourists and after a few photos outside we were able to get tickets to go up inside straight away. Walking the spiral staircase was an odd experience – when you were walking in the direction towards the lean it was quite easy and didn’t feel like you were going ...