Pian d'Ercole Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a thing I thought was worth buying... Cheapest item we could locate was a key hair for $50euro ($75AUD).... Most things were over $300AUD all the way up to $3500AUD! We then ventured to 2 further high end outlets, and alas found not a thing that seems reasonably priced, even for a label so we shopped till 2:30pm because we had to wait for the bus to return and pick us ...
Time to explore Pisa! I got up nice and early and left the house by 9. I had some tarts that I stole from my last hostel for breakfast because unfortunately at this place you have to pay for breakfast. I thought it would take all day to walk around the city but 20 minutes later I was on the opposite side of town at the leaning tower of Pisa. I spent a while there and took lots of pictures ...
... s why they turn counter clockwise as they go up – to give the defenders the advantage).
I pressed on in the confined space, admiring the amount of work it must have taken on construct the dome. I can appreciate art much more when it meets math and science. I made it all the way to the top and took a few photos for Lizzie to admire from the wide open spaces below. I looked for her from the top and would have taken a photo, but I think she was too close ...
If I were to describe Florence I would say it is a soft, delicate and very beautiful city. It is almost like Rome is a man and Florence is a woman. I know that's a weird description but that's how I felt. After spending the majority of the day in Pisa we spent that night meeting new people in our hostel. We met some really nice people, those to mention were Sophie (an American singer song writer), Thomaz (Brazilian student studying in Germany) and Ben (Aussie on a ...
... Its quite close to Fiesole and Olma, at the top of two valleys - if you head one way you find yourself in Tuscany, the other in the Chianti region. Decisions, decisions?
We've divided our time between sightseeing in Florence, and checking out some of the hilltop villas and convents in the countryside (more on this in a later entry).
It's also been a great ...