Il Ramingo B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Best choice of the day was getting out of Florence and heading to Lucco northwest of the city. We had fun renting bikes (Meg and Kevin rode a tandem bike) and bicycling on the wide wall that defines the borders of the town. We did some window shopping and had a wonderful dinner and ...
weather: clear blue skies and very warm This was our first full day in the old, beautiful walled town of Lucca. Home and birth pace of Puccini - a much loved son of the town who is celebrated everyday. I say he is the much-loved son, but that has not always been the case. More on that later. We started our day with a wonderful breakfast on the terrace of our hotel, Hotel Ilaria. A lovely, welcoming hotel - a good choice. Our breakfast fuelled us up for our bike ...
... So walking through the narrow streets we looked for the amphitheatre and somewhere to eat. Yet another festival meant that it eas taken over and so we wandered back, eventually heading for a small restaurant out in a side street. The meal there was one of the better ones we'd had all holiday and was enjoyed by all. Then to bed. What a busy day we'd had 'doing' Tuscany's ...
... but as I didn't know much about his life, the beautifully presented documents and intriguing comments about Elvira wrongly accusing one of the maids of having an affair with Giacomo...was an intriguing snippet to be researched. It turns out Elvira left her dastardly husband for Puccini; they had a son Antonio together; Puccini was pretty good at having affairs on the side, and it was not the maid but her sister that he actually had an affair with! the poor maid ...
... canals full. Got to pisa central which is about 1 mile from the leaning tower. What a wonderful city, it surpassed everything we heard about, it was strange at station but once into the town which had been damaged in world war 2, Old buildings, squares everywhere, history, clean and a photo around every corner. We loved it so glad we saw the town. It is a city with a big university so ...