Corte di Re Artu
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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We slept in this morning, and then had breakfast at the hotel. We both really like this hotel because it's inside the walled city and soooo convenient, but the woman who owns it is a pain. She constantly acts like she's mad about something. We just ignore her. i emailed my friend Maria this morning, and asked if she, her boyfriend, and daughter would like to join us for dinner. You may remember, I met Maria at the B & B I lived at when I ...
... went in search for a more local joint in which to part our money with.
With exploration and caffeine hits nicely satisfied we ambled along the streets in search for some gifts for family (family don’t get too excited at this point it’s mostly tourist tat!) We wanted to get our nieces something to do with Pinocchio as he was invented in this part of the ...
It is amazing how a good night's sleep clears the brain - We spent the day getting organized. First and foremost was getting some food into the house which became challenging as very few stores are open on Sundays. We had to travel down to Lucca to find a grocery store. Shopping in a foreign country where one does not know the language is interesting. It took us 20 minutes to identify and purchase laundry soap. Thank goodness one brand though to put pictures on their ...
... Simple things amuse simple people sometimes!
I must say, the shopping in Lucca would be so fantastic if I was shopping. The leather bags I have glimpsed ( as that is all I can do at this stage) look sensational as do the clothes shops. There are loads of beautiful looking jewellery shops and the food is really really good. There is a lot of variety, many different pastries, sweet and savoury tarts, homemade ...
... far side of the city, right beside the Anfiteatro piazza. It is named after the Roman amphitheater that stood in the same place. The restaurants lining the piazza were all part of the amphitheater once upon a time.
For lunch we found a delicatessen where we bought beer, prosciutto, cheese, bread and salami. We brought them to our apartment where we had ...