Bed & Breakfast Lucca In Centro
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Florence & Lucca Left behind our Tuscan oasis and the leisurely Sunday we had all enjoyed, we were on the bus by 7.45.....big day ahead we were warned. First to Florence, and the stop for spectacular views over the city. Kevin and I skipped the local guides walk around as we had been there before. We walked with Frederica our tour guide, and the landmarks all looked familiar again. It's a beautiful small city, but very hot in summer and apparently very cold ...
... use the paths including dogs and kids. It's the way to go! We enjoyed it so much we did the 2.5 mile loop twice, once in each direction and then intrepidly rode into town and explored a lot of the windy street (and have the usual coffee/tea/toilet break)!. We then decided to head out of Lucca for the rest of the day and ended up in Montecantini Alto which is a village high above the Tuscan hills. We were hoping to find a ...
Five weeks already.
Our last cycle along the river.
Thunder and lightening, rain. Lots of rain. Fortunately we'd made it back from our morning cycle before it started.
Returned our bikes, quite an emotional moment. Parts of my anatomy,well, least said the ...
... feeling a lot more like the Asian couple and a clean pair of undies might have come in handy too.
Needless to say by the time we got back towards the hotel it was an easy decision to grab some takeaway and have an early night. Exhausted but satisfied.
Friday was set in the itinerary for a day trip to Pisa but after yesterday's efforts we decided to give Lucca another try instead. Amazing the difference a good night's sleep makes. After a ...
The trains were noticeably rumbling overnight so it was surprising to wake to a clear morning. The plan was to catch the train to Levante to check it out. On arrival the markets were in full swing and Maggie scored two cheap linen shirts. We bought some fruit, the first figs we paid for, and mushrooms for dinner and some fried seafood treats because the latter smelt, and tasted so good. Although we didn't need it we sat for a cappuccino and Greg scored a wink from ...