Al Tondone

Via Fontanella, 663, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy | B&B
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Pistoia - All Day

A travel blog entry by deswirral


Shelagh woke up with a pain in the bum (NO, not me) from riding the bike yesterday. Today we are off to Pistoia – where's that, what’s there you may ask? Well it’s a medieval walled city halfway between Lucca and Florence with fine piazzas and civic buildings and towers. We cycle to the station and get the 10:30 train. I’m a …

On Yer Bike

A travel blog entry by deswirral

Woken at "sparrow ****" by a cock crowing, turned over and went back to sleep. We had a late breakfast at 9, Bruschetta, salami, cheese, eggs and coffee. The B & B had bikes, so we set off to ride around the walls. I took out a scooter and a woman with a buggy!! There is a road on top of the walls for pedestrians, cyclist & police cars. A …


A travel blog entry by deswirral


We leave Genoa on time but arrive late at La Spezia. We make the train to Viareggio with 2 minutes to spare. Great mountains come into view, they appear to be covered in snow. Shelagh points out that it is quarrying and suddenly we pass mile after mile of granite and marble works. Another change at Viareggio and an Italian jobsworth carefully …

Passing Through Pisa!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark


... woke up and decided to spend the day around Pisa. We walked around and did a little bit of shopping, had pizza under the Leaning Tower, enjoyed some gelato, and had baguette, cheese, and tomatoes for supper! It was such a relaxing day, and we ended the evening taking a walk along the Main Street in Pisa and seeing everything for the last time! I had a little bit of a nightmare trying to fall asleep, due to a cup of tea that our English friends made us right before bed! So I stayed up ...

Day 11. Siena to Lucca

A travel blog entry by tonyrussell


... accepted the 70 euro saving, and so dinner was on Roberto! We went to the Piazza Anfiteatro for dinner, which was a round ish Piazza with restaurants around the edge, nicely lit with candles on chequered tableclothes - all very atmospheric. Found out later this was built on the foundations of an old Roman Amphitheatre, hence the shape. As Roberto was 'paying' we went with a Chianti Classico tonight - v.nice. Today 95. Total miles ...

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