Don Chisciotte B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 2 months in Italy back in 2010. She's in her early 30's, and just a sweetheart. We 'clicked' from day one. Although at times our language barriers 'should' impede our conversations,....they never do, as we ALWAYS figure out what each other is saying. Last year when we stopped in Lucca on our honeymoon, she invited Dennis and I to her home, and prepared a lovely dinner for us. We also woke that first morning to find a neatly wrapped wedding ...
... they are still at the age that they can be taught that lying is wrong and if you do it, your nose will grow but sometimes adults tell ‘white lies’ which is ok!!!
No luck (and no we are not telling a white lie) because all the shops were closed! We are on the Continent remember and it was 4pm with hundreds of tourists walking past so why would they be open? ...
... Purchasing produce is also different from what we know. We make our selection, bag it, weigh it, and label it before we get to t he cashier. It's very intense when you have to figure out the language to understand what the product is and then recalculate the cost into a currency that you know to understand to fully comprehend whether it is worth purchasing. It's quite exhausting,. And my sense of things so far is that the cost of food is close to what we pay in a ...
... and biscuits. Actually whole shops just selling chocolate biscuits and fudges. I tried a slice of the chick pea pizza today which was delicious. While I was perched on my little stool in this tiny little shop jammed with wet people having a slice of pizza and a glass of vino, I started talking to an Italian lady perched next to me, and as it so happened, she lived just outside Lucca and had been in Perth in January this year ...
... before collapsing into a well-deserved siesta. Once the temperatures had dropped to an acceptable temperature (~90F) we made our way outside and trolled the pretty streets of Lucca and found the Torre Guinigi, a 144 ft tall tower with stunning panoramic views of Lucca. My camera has a panoramic feature and there was no long line (a la Pisa) of ...