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Travel Blogs from Lucca
... extensive mini moat. Very effective, as although not deep, wide and boggy. After all the rain we've had recently, its certainly boggy, much to the delight of the egrets.
On the level above was an exhibition for Gianfranco Rontani, a local born artist who is considered to be a "great" artist of his time. Rontani, now an octagenarian, was at ...
... piazza bianchi with ham and mushrooms) we had ordered as well. We gobbled up our salad, which was also pretty tasty, were able to take the pizza home to eat the next day on the train. With our bellies full, we headed home -- pouring ourselves an after dinner drink which we took back to our room (again, gotta love that B&B bar cart). We got to bed later than planned and probably drank too much but it was a good last night in Lucca. ...
... all the
other tourists we did the " photo shoot lol". Quiet a few different
action shots lol
We visited the church when we were waiting to
climb the tower...I have to say its one of the most beautiful churches
Ive ever been into.....a must see if your ever there.... I even got my
"pray on" haha
We missed our train stop on the way back so had to wait for a connecting train to return.
A late morning this time, no hurry.
We left around 11:00am departing for Lucca, one of only a few towns with still complete Renaissance city walls. The walls now have a walkway that runs across the top of them, making a 4.5km walk around the whole town.
In our case, having arrived and parked, we hired bikes, and bought some snacks from a local focaccerie, and rode along the walls until we found ...
... close to Pisa. But how to get there....hmmmm. So stared and stared and a route started to appear...... I put it into the GPS. So the GPS says about 3 hours......to go 250 km. Well what we have found out is that it takes between 2 and 3 times as long.....due to the roads compared roads back home...they are so twisty full of small villages.
So....Mike is the weather guy....he checks the weather were we go. Looks ...