Hotel Residence Villa Mazzanta
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Today we got up and drove to Vada. For lunch we stopped off at the Necropolis di Tarquinia and looked at the ancient Estrucan tombs. They are very old 500-110BC. We went into 10 of them and they are all underground. The paintings were a bit like ancient Eqypt. They were behind glass so they didn't get harmed by camera flashes.
When we got …
... For almost the first hour, I walked uphill on inclines and steps. I finally reached this town of probably 500 at the top of the first mountains. I continued walking for about another hour over three mountains. Thankfully, this part was pretty level. The final hour was going down the mountain to Corniglia. Although the hike was difficult and definitely a workout, it was completely worth it. The views I saw on this hike were amazing. There were ...
... and the ferry were all things he would've loved and appreciated so much. We went back to the hostel to change and Shannon decided she wasn't going to come to dinner with us because she was too tired. We knew this wasn't true and that she didn't want to spend more money but we went without her to a restaurant across the street. The food was okay, not the best and not the worst. I had the pesto lasagna which was very rich and I felt a little sick after I ate it. We ...
Early start this morning out to Pisa and the leaning tower. The leaning tower was pretty cool, we all had a competition for best photo of us and the leaning tower, and I won! Did a flying karate kick and timed it perfect right up against the tower! Now off to Florence, so excited to visit the city and try the food! We all went out as a group to this nice Italian restaurant, then out to karoke after! All the songs ...
... that's open to the air on the inner side through a low wall with columns. The grass grows on all imported dirt from the Holy Land. Crazy, right? Pisa was a port city back in its heyday (before the Renaissance) because it controlled some portion of the coast or something. For this reason, you see lots of sail and rope motifs on their old buildings. But anyways, when Pisan ships went out into the world with goods, sometimes they came back with random ...