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Well here I go with Neil's cold. Scratchy throat and not feeling the best.
Off to Lucca at 8.45 am. This was a lovely little walled town where we wandered around and then walked the walls.
Bought myself a beautiful silk scarf here and what's more it was made in Italy. Lucca was famous for its silk in the old days.
We found a beautiful old roman forum which had been demolished and made into a circular piazza with restaurants and cafes in it. Sat down ...
Last night was the first time in these 6 weeks that we slept without the windows open so it is cooling gradually. Therefore I didn't hear any church bells overnight for a change. This morning we set off for our very last trip to Lucca – bit sad – it was our fifth time there and I do really like the town. Every time we have been there it has been ...
... helmets. After much confusion, we rode off without a helmet. David kept saying 'let those who ride, decide'.
Which apparently was a California thing and which he failed to buy me on a tshirt in one of the markets in Florence. I am only forgiving him because he laughed at me, called me a bogan, and said he'd buy me one in Australia. Which is a backhanded, or not so much, compliment to Australians.
And so ...
... equivalent. I had my doubts it would be that simple. But you know what? It really was. I was helped by Eduardo who answered "not much, little bits." to my asking if he spoke English. I wrote down 'Mucinex' and he went into a mini typing frenzy. He stopped looked intently at his screen, walked to a cabinet, looked at a box, shook his head and returned to the computer.
Another search where ...
... She made a great choice.
Lucca is the most quiet and charming of any city we have visited. It is beautiful, unadulterated, simple, quiet, and authentic. The center of the city is preserved for pedestrians and exists within the city walls. Although it does cater to tourists to a degree, you don't feel like the city is defined by tourism. It is by far ...