Bed & Breakfast Evelina
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... we both smiled a lot so that they knew we were friendly. For the life of us, we could NOT figure out to get the gear to go into reverse. We decide to put it in neutral and one of us get out to push the car. The couple is watching us with perplexed faces, then they ALSO try to start pushing the car WITH us! It wasn't budging. We were worried one of them might have a heart attack so then we finally communicate to the woman (who looked more able-bodied than the man, who had a ...
... The restaurant was Il Mecante and they featured local foods and fresh seafood and fish. The antipasto for the day was octopus which Anne had - sautéed with potatoes and tomatoes then she had the fresh fish kebobs which also included a lot of octopus. It must have been the special of the day at the fish market! Peter had octopus soup and veal. The octopus was tender and delicious- good thing since it was in ...
... etc. We found a cute shop with lovely lime green top – but my breasts were too big (!!!!) for the one size fits all. Maybe it was a kid's top! However I did buy a nice scarfe/poncho. We eventually found Craig and John and then Craig and I promptly lost Lesley and John for ages.
After ages we found them in Piazza Michele and we had a lovely lunch at the Dante Inferno restaurant again – everyone enjoyed their meals again ...
We went to Lucca yesterday to walk through the old walled village which is full of exquisite little shops and buildings, from deli`s to shoe shops to clothing and a million ice cream shops and coffee shops. As it was my birthday and my fantasy was to do just this, I managed to find beautiful shoes and ate a perfect workers lunch. We walked to the top of the tower of Lucca and looked down at all the ...
The day started with a coffee and a pastry, followed by a three hour bike ride. We started with a ride around the city walls and then ventured beyond, following the River Serchio and back again. It would be fair to say that most of us were a little saddle sore afterwards.
Went up a tower within the town walls of Lucca that had trees growing on top. Had fabulous views across the city.
Visited Giacomo Puccini's House to get in the groove ...