Hotel Touring Pisa
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... into town and came across a wedding that had just come out of the church. Photos were being taken, a drone was sent up and a surprise drive past of approx 60 vespa type scooters. The bride and groom loved it (they must have been part of a club) but weren't expecting it.
We dropped the bike off and went in search of dinner and went with a recommendation from the Australian owner of the bike store. We did well, food ...
Today we docked in the small town of Livorno. This is the closest port to Pisa and to Florence. Florence was a bit far to travel to and we thought the boys would get bored so we headed out to Pisa to see the leaning tower. Once again we had to figure out the local transportation systems and navigate the 'lost in translation' comments. We figured that we needed a local bus to get from port to the train station and not ...
... He had been to Australia so of course Steve teased him about being "the most beautiful man in the universe. " Some of you might not get that. Fabio laughed and then said he had not realized about Fabio and had to google it, so for the rest of his stay in Australia he called himself Francesco. We had a lot of laughs with him. I think we ate fish and were very surprised that seafood is the main food. Very nice. And don't forget local Pisa wine.
And this is ...
... if indeed it's ever open, so Ali went in to the travel agent at the end of our road to get the train tickets. We'd decided to make a day of it and have what we would call an early start, which is basically anything before 10am, so he was in their office about 9.30 knowing that the train we wanted was at 10.12. Plenty of time you'd think wouldn't you? Alas no, this is Italy and nothing is ever straightforward. The top and tail of it is that I couldn't get the ...
... Florence to Pisa was about an hour and a half so we just had a nap until we basically got there.
When we arrived at Pisa we had a local guild who spoke English. She was really nice and explained the history of Pisa in great detail. We had the chance of going up the tower but if we had done that we would of been stuck of time to look around everything else. So we decided against it.
Our guild took us into Pisa's cathedral and explained when it ...