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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... break' twenty minutes after leaving the ship. Luca is an old walled city that has retained its narrow streets, tall buildings and historic architecture. There are few cars in this old town but that doesn't mean you are any safer. The dangers instead come the multitude of bicycles and the numerous pet dogs which I think are more fashion accessory than companion judging by the number of pedigrees. The next stop was Pisa where ...
... but didn't charge me for that part, which makes a change! So, with proper brakes again and the suspension greased up things are a little better! Saturday brought a day for me to visit the market. It was totally crazy and, having only myself to worry about I loved it! In the under cover market I found a proper pasta shop full of locals. So tonight and tomorrow I will be making a change from the usual bread and cold meats and busting out the pasta instead!! Ciao for now ...
... rich fish tomato-based stew cooked with numerous types of locally-caught fish and shellfish, and served on a slice of bread (to soak up the juices). That was my choice of main course and it was decidedly yummy! After dinner (around 10.00pm), we had the restaurant Manager, Marco, call us a taxi and we headed home. The plans to spend some more time wandering the canals through the Trash & Treasure didn't seem too important at that hour. The cab driver, on the ride home, had ...
... a path that led to the old part of time, and was much prettier and quaint. Sadly, just as we found this area, it was time to head back to the train to La Spezia so we could catch up with our driver for the return trip to the ship. On our way back to meet our driver we found a gelato so that cooled us off in the midday heat. Enrico met us in Monterosso to drive us back to the ship.
We saw so many tourists dragging their luggage up and ...
After we wandered for awhile we found the Torre Guinigi, a 14th century Tower House built by the Guinigi family that was both a status symbol and retreat in times of trouble.
An easy climb to the top provided great views of the surrounding flat countryside, as well as an opportunity to get a different perspective on Lucca's previously visited highlights.