Hotel Touring Pisa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... They have restored the original house that was built in the 1200's. There are lots of paintings of previous generations as well as collections from the past including crockery and violins. They even had a helmet of a great uncle who served in one of the wars for the unification of Italy. We didn't realise that there was so much history just 2 minutes from our villa.
We went for a late swim. Another end to a great ...
... not much at all! Have not had to open our umbrellas once! Vernazza (Cinque Terra) is the most wonderful spot! Mountains on one side, beautiful, clean, blue water on the other. Very small, non-touristy, town. I am sure it will be my favorite of the entire trip. It would take a lot to top this! After a quick beer (it's now mid-afternoon!), Glenda, Guy, Gary and I went for a two-hour hike to Cormiglia (town number ...
... s obesity problem was very evident and young ladies resembling Bouncy Castles in skimpy clothing waddled towards the night spots. Grant and myself have a bit of a pact, that after a trip abroad, it's customary to touch base at The Prince of Wales pub in Central Cardiff and finish off with a pint of Abbots. I did and took in the sights and sounds - I was surrounded by groups of heavily tattooed bellowing apes. Oh yes my friends, I was now back home.
... and have a look round there! I know I've said before but the leather goods are fabulous.....I shall be making a bag purchase before I return home, if only if I can decide which one and in what colour :))) Time for the train to Rome which is where we are now! Arrived in Rome and as we'd booked a hotel for 3 nights we jumped in a taxi and went straight there. Hotel looked a bit ...
... at the resort and he tells me I can't sleep there because it's a private beach and he needs to drive the tractor around to smooth the sand. I tell him I thought it was a public beach and he tells me there's a public beach farther ahead where I can camp out--he actually seems apologetic for waking me up! That didn't go too bad. I need to get an early start anyways. So I continue barefoot on the endless sand. Sure enough, a bit farther down there is a small public ...