426 Route 60. PISA. Practical Notes.
in 1790, Leopold was summoned to the throne of Auatria, and his de-
parlure proved a aevere loss to the duchy. His son the Grund Duke Fer¬
dinand III. was obliged to renounce Tuscany by the Peace of Lunéville
(1801), for which he received by way of compensation the Archbishopric
of Salzburg, and afterwards Würzburg. Under the ñame oí Republic,
and afterwards Kingdom of Etruria, the country continued to enjoy osten¬
sible independence down to 1807, when it waa incorporated with France.
In 1814 Ferdinand II. waa reinalaíed, and in 1824 he waa succeeded by his
son Leopold II. (d. 1870), who was firsl banished by íhe revoluíion of
1849, and flnally by that of 1859. By the plebiscite of 15th March, 1860,
Tuacany wa8 united to the Kingdom of Italy, then in course of formation.
The Railway Station (Pl. D, 7, below; Restaurant, déj. 2-3, D. 3-4 fr.,
incl. wine, very fair) ia on the S. aide of the town. Travellers who are
compelled to haaten their visit may leave their luggage at the síation, and
(guide quite unneceasary) proceed on foot (20 min.), or drive (cab-tariff,
see below) to the Piazza del Duomo (shortest route from íhe Piazza Viítorio
Emanuele, Pl. D, 7, to the left acrosa the Piazza Sant' Antonio, then along
Via Fibonacci and across the Ponte Solferino).
Hotels (bargaining desirable; comp. p. xx). *Grand Hotel Si Hót. de
Londres (Pl. a; D, 4), with lift and steam-heating, R. 3'/2-7, B. 17», déj.
bi/2, D. 5, P. 8-12, omn. 1 fr.; 'Royal Viotoria Hotel (Pl. b; Ü, 4),
with lift, R. from 4, B. li/s, déj. 3, D. 5, pens. 10-í'2, omn. 1 fr., these two
on the Lungarno Regio, in a fine situation; Grand Hotel Minerva-Ter-
minus (Pl. d; D, 7), near the station, with lift and garden, R. 3-5, B. 17»,
déj. 3, D. 5, pens. from 9, omn. 72 fr., very fair. — "Gr. Hot. Nettuno
(PL c; D, 4), Lungarno Regio, with lift and good restaurant, R. from 3,
omn. 3/i fr.; Alb.-Ristor. la Cervia (Pl. e; D, 3), in the narrow Via
Tavoleria, R. from 2 fr., plain but good; Hot. Washington, modérate;
Alb. Milano e Commercio (Pl. f; L>, 7), R..3 fr.; Hotel National et des
Etrangers (Pl. g; D, 7), R. 17»-2Vs fr.; Alb. Venezia, R. 2 fr., these three
near the station, with restaurant, unpretending. — Pensión Di Prete, Lun¬
garno Regio 20, pens. 672-7 fr., very fair. — Mosquitoes íroublesome in
Restaurants. Ristor. al Dado, Lungarno Regio; Nettuno (see above).
Cafés. Ciardelli (also confectioner's), Lungarno Regio; Frutelli Pietro-
muni, Lungarno Mediceo, near the Ponte di Mezzo. — Confectioner's & Tea-
Room. Caffé Bazzel, Lungarno Regio.
Cabs. With one horse: per drive in the town (incl. to or from the
station) 80 c, at night 1 fr.; first 72 hr. 1 fr., each additional 72 hr. 80 c.
Each trunk 20 c With two horses, one-third more.
Steam Tramways, beginning at the Stazione Tram (Pl. C, D, 7), run
to the W. via San Piero a Grado to Marina (p. 437), in 3/4 hr. fares 80c,
50 c); and to the E. to Ponledera (p. 440), in I1/4 hr.; a branch, diverging
at Navacchio (p. 440), runs to the N. across the Arno to Calci (p. 437; from
Pisa in ca. 1 hr.
Poat and Telegraph Office (Pl. D, 4, 5), on the left bank of the river,
below the Ponte di Mezzo.
Physician. Dr. Luyfield (English), Via Caecilia 20. — Chemist, Picci-
nini, Lungarno Regio 1.
Bookseller. Enr. Spoerri, Lungarno Regio 9.
Money Changers. Matteucci, Via Vitt. Emanuele; Supino, Borgo Largo
(Pl. D, 3l.
Sculptures in Marble. Barsunti, Lungarno Regio 2 and Piazza del
Duomo 3 (also photographs); Rossi-Ciumpolini, Lungarno Regio 1 and Via
Santa Maria 95.
Baths. In the Piazza San Silveatro; Bagni Ceccherini (Pl. B, 6), Lungarno.