Hotel Villa Volpi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Of to Pisa today to see an engineering cock up! The number of people here was also impressive as well as the tower we also did the baptistery, the cemetery and the cathedral. Each had its own special significance. Before we went to much further though we needed again to embark on the selfie competition and take the obligatory 'look at me hold up / push over, the tower of pisa'. Afterwards it was a highlight looking at all of ...
... fast train tickets from rome to florencd, but had to buy the regional leg from Florence to Lucca. There were many kiosks, and yes! Used my chip and pin credit card! Easily bought what we needed, There was a Nike store, or course with soccer stuff, due to World Cup I'm sure, and so the boys went in to browse. Then we figured we better find some food. We only saw a stand with croissants and such, but they boys were especially whiny about breakfast today. ...
... they all turn to me to translate what the italian teacher says from Italian into English. I mean... how hilarious is that????? It's a case of the blind leading the blind here and they think I know what i'm talking about. It's going to be terrible when they work out i don't know anything!!
After class today, 18 of us took a train to Pistoria, which is a little town on the way to Florence. To tell you the truth, it was ok, ...
I'm not sure if its the extra kilos I am now carrying, the heat or the ride beforehand, but the run was tough on the legs. I'll put it down to all 3 and settle for a rest day tomorrow as all athletes do!! Only 9 days until the Masters Games, I best start preparing diet wise, it seems to be letting me down.
Success on the supermarket front, so back to our apartment for brekky and a re group before embarking on our journey to the Tower of Pisa.
One thing ...
... I felt anxiety creeping upon me again when we ended up on the familiar Italian skinny winding road, climbing around hairpin bends tighter than your skinny jeans. The car could barely make it around the bend, and then we came bonnet to bonnet (or is that bumper to bumper) with a taxi coming down the slope. He backed up! I seriously did not think we could possibly climb any higher. We went from about 20km above sea level to about 190km in a matter of ...