Thursday, 3 September 2015

Pisa Day 2

If you read my post about Day 1 in Pisa (if you haven't go and do that now) here is all we got up to on day 2...

As we saw most of the touristy things the previous day we decided we wanted to just have a chilled and relaxing day so we asked on of our lovely hotel receptionists what beach was best to go to and how to get there- he said Viareggio was the nicest beach and we could get there by the train, the train ride was like 15 minutes at the most and it was only €6.40 return which I thought was great! 

To get to the beach from the station it was so easy, all we had to do was walk down one road and voila! The only think with these beaches is that they aren't free- we did have to pay €22 for 2 really comfy sun loungers and an umbrella, but I thought it was totally worth it! It was so hot and the water was so refreshing... I may have got very burnt *sobbing as I write this because it's painful and ugly*

Once we got back from the beach we did the City Sightseeing bus tour of Pisa, and it was amazing! The showed us the obvious things which we'd already seen but they then took us to Parco Regionale Migliarino San Rossore Massaciuccoli which is an amazing National Park on the outskirts of Pisa which I'd never actually heard of before but honestly if you ever have the chance to go to Pisa visit this park! It's bloody beautiful.

We left extremely early the next morning *sob* I had the best time ever and I'm pretty sure Hayden loved it so that's a good thing. I know I want to go to Venice next so hopefully that'll be soon.

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