Hotel Touring Pisa
Travel Blogs from Pisa
... through the city and visited the Leaning Tower! It was so entertaining sitting on the steps and watching people snap a million shots of them either leaning, jumping, holding or just posing with the tower. Jordyn and I had quite a few good laughs at some groups of people taking shot after shot. After taking our own photo, we walked back and grabbed some groceries for dinner. Unfortunately, the hostel we stayed at didn't have a fully equipped kitchen which got pretty annoying and we ...
... the cobblestone streets, it felt good to be back in Italy. Pisa was/is beautiful. I didn't have high expectations but the next day blew me away. The rolling hills and mountains could be seen beyond the river. The small streets that break away from main roads held character; Each turn was a different adventure. The other monuments were something to see but simply walking around the town was what I enjoyed most.
Today was our day for Pisa! We left Buonconvento on an early train for the 2 hour ride. It seemed to go by pretty quickly since the scenery was so beautiful.
We weren't sure what to expect of Pisa but it was a pleasant surprise. It is truly a university town with lots of students and a lot of energy.
So from the train station, we took the 30 minute walk to Piazza ...
... After a speedy train trip we arrived in Florence. Once again we got a wee bit lost but eventually found our hostel. Again it was very nice! When we arrived the host was serving the complimentary pasta and wine which turned out to be our dinner as there was heaps of it and not many people to eat it. Free meal, can't complain! After dinner we went for a walk around Florence. Just outside our hostel was a massive church! Like the biggest iv ever seen! Couldn't even fit it in ...
4th June to 10th June 4th June Woke relatively early to put on clothes for washing, and get them drying ... back to bed for a snooze. Woke up a second time, and prepped the camper for our trip back into France via a few days into Andorra. A quick walk along from the campsite to look at a 15th century bridge ... how cool! Not sure if this is in the guidebooks but it should be. After 600 years its amazing the thing is still standing. Hopefully they get their annual inspection and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed