Residenza Centro Storico
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- Continental Breakfast
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Fri 7th: Walked to the old town and along part of the big, wide city wall, climbed up the 45m high Guinigi Tower and looked around what was the old amphitheatre now surrounded by houses built to encircle what ...
The drive took us through small villages and through a beautiful valley surrounded by huge mountains confirming our love of the scenery in this part of the world.
We arrived at the city wall with a stream running around it and ventured in to find the round centre which is the focal point of the town...could we find it? Like hell we could!
... Chad stayed behind while we went out and explored the town and grabbed some lunch. When we got back, Chad and I rode bikes back into town and rode along the wall. The bike ride on the wall was about 2.5 miles, and the vistas were out of a travel magazine! There are really no significant historical sights to see in Lucca, it's just a beautiful ...
... higher than the town is quite lovely. There are parks and art work and a couple of caffe's along the wall path. I then went down into Lucca and road inside the walls for hours. Getting lost and going around in circles and then getting lost some more. It is huge and there is no order to the alley ways or paths, so it is really easy to get lost and confused. I was juggling an umbrella, pebbled paths and lots of tourist, so I ...
... Pisa and it’s tower. Only thirty people are allowed up the tower every hour. as a opposed to the fifty people every ten seconds going up the Duomo in Florence – more people on the leaning tower might just do it in. Like most students and kids her age Caitlin tried some silly poses with the tower. Matthew wasn’t impressed and walked around ...