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After waking up in our sweet little apartment we prepared our fruit we purchased yesterday and had breakfast and decided wed head to Pisa and see the infamous leaning tower.
We arrived in Pisa with little to no idea where we were but followed our natural instincts as we always to ...
... of Pisa.In the difficult years after the war, when the country needed to rebuild and money was tight, Italians took the Vespa to their hearts. It provided low cost transport for millions, and helped the country get back on it’s feet, earning it’s iconic status in the process, just like the little Fiat 500, which also enjoys the same reverence and place in the cultural landscape of Italy.
The factory and museum, are a source of pilgrimage ...
... it be by the final?), but it still feels like progress.
As reported previously, Livorno is not exactly a destination, unless you want a ferry to Corsica, Sardinia or the Greek islands, but head south from there, and the coast gets very rugged and very beautiful with lots of inlets, bays and coves suitable for sunbathing or the usual seaside activities. As we headed down the coast road, we passed literally hundreds of cars parked up at the ...
... swimming towards a giant rock with them. Some people do things that make absolutely sense, and unfortunately for my worried family... I fall into that category. Sorry mom.
As I swam up and pulled myself onto the uneven rock, I heard people jumping from the top, and the four second hang time they got before they hit the water. Oh, and for those of you who don't know, I hate heights. Maybe it's because I'm 5'4 or maybe I had a traumatic experience with a ...
... done their engineering calculations properly and not accounted for "settlement"!! Maybe it is not a surprise to learn therefore that they don't know, for sure, who the architect was.....wouldn't you prefer to remain anonymous, I mean, you would be unemployable!
They hadn't even got halfway through the build - they were on the third of this seven tiered tower when it started sinking! It had a 3 metre foundation in soft, unstable ...