Hotel Touring Pisa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Pisa
... Impressive to see but we didn't stop. Again we have found ourselves traveling along mountain roads, very beautiful area and me quite happy for Womby to drive and he was getting more and more confident and less freaky. We stopped for lunch and discovered a Castel sign and followed the five km up the winding corkscrew blind corner road till the top. I was trigger happy with the camera, we were at a Casole , medieval walled city again. Perched uppermost on the side of a ...
... of the Pantheon is called Piazza della Rotonda and it is surrounded by local coffee shops, restaurants and bars. The narrow streets and lane ways are filled with people selling their goods, everything from handbags, to paintings and numerous souvenirs. There is a fantastic ambience with local entertainers drawing in the crowds. On to PISA The drive to Pisa was very pretty with undulating hills, rows of Cyprus trees, terraced vineyards, olive ...
Sunday 8th December
A little sad to be leaving the coastline of Italy today but we didn't rush away. We packed and then strolled around the Sunday markets the town had on along the street, with one street closed off to traffic. Ro and I nearly succumbed to buying ourselves some glamorous Italian outfits, just so we could look the part but we managed to leave with our money still in our pockets. It was a great experience to see and be part of a local market where I ...
... a taste from everyone's plate: fried Brie, lasagna, gnocchi, and ravioli along with other things I can't pronounce or spell. We needed the carbs to finish our marathon. We toured Florence's Duomo by Brunelleschi (no time to climb it), saw Florence's Baptistery and Bell Tower, the Palazzo Vecchio to see where Michelangelo's David originally stood, and then the Ponte Vecchio. I didn't think that many people could fit on a bridge! Our last stop was ...
... was fun with a cartoon rendering of the history of Lucca on the walls going up. The views were great! Next we went up Torre dell Ore that is a clock tower. The views were very similar to Torre Guinigi, but it was a fun trip. The steps in this tower were all wood and I wondered just how safe it was? I imagined I was Quasimodo going up the towers of Notre Dame.