So, here's how things stand: I don't like Paris and that phrase "Paris is always a good idea" makes me wander who the hell could ever think something like that (And I'm sorry to say I'm not sorry about this at all! Maybe one day I can change my mind about this? Yeah...I don't think that's going to happen), Berlin was a disappointment and I don't intend to go back there, can I say, ever? And apparently I like Pisa. I even find it outrageous that someone would say this town has nothing but the Leaning Tower. Really? Did you even walk around to say this?
Getting off the beaten path will give you such a different view of a place, an alternative experience of the typical touristic crowded places that sometimes can make you go a little crazy. Just let yourself be lost for a while. Wander around with no purpose or fixed destination. Look for streets that call your attention, for things that excite you. At least in Pisa you should do that. And if you do, you will agree with me when I say that Pisa is not just the Leaning Tower. It's another Italian small town full of life in every unexplored corner. Just sit down in a square, or side by side on a bench with an older Italian gentleman and I promise Pisa will naturally grow in your heart.