- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... giving the tower its slight banana shape. In 1284 work stopped yet again. In 1360 another engineer capped it off at 51mt (167ft) with a vaguely gothic belfry. Excavations around the base in the early 19th century caused he tower to start falling faster than ever and by 1990 the lean was about 4.6mt so the Pisa was closed where stabilisation work continued until 2001 when the tower ...
... up to the village. Last night we drank a bit of the local red and white, Womby in his wisdom decided to go for a walk at night and have a look around. Silly old pirate. So he wondered why he had sore feet in the morning, he went bare feet. Anyway we walked through the village, oood and arrrrrd at everything and Steve was amazed at the places he found that he went to last night to take photos. He couldn't remember. Silly old pirate. We met the owner Forese ...
... and very good. After getting familiar with them, we got on and started our ride. We went through the vineyard and we saw the abandoned homes that were once owned by the Corsini family. We saw deer in the vineyard, too. It was so cool! The countryside is so incredibly beautiful, and getting to experience it while riding a horse was even better! That lasted about an hour, and then we ended at the restaurant where we had lunch. That was delicious. We had bread with their olive ...
... clearly far from the correct carriage, in order to extort a tip. He insisted on €5 per bag. He was disgruntled but lucky to get €1 for the lot which we paid just to make him **** off so we could start our long trek through the train to the correct carriage which we were perfectly capable of getting ourselves onto!
Once we were settled in our seats, we sat back, relaxed and took in the Tuscan countryside at an easy 240kms/hour. Although it ...
... We then continued on to Volterra which is a hilltop village you have to access by a very large staircase. We enjoyed a coffee and took lots of photos. Apparently this is where they filmed one of the twilight films but we haven't seen them.
We returned back at our accommodation later that evening to cook up a feast in our Tuscan kitchen. It's was so nice to have some good old home cooking. We both agree that we will certainly visit Tuscany ...