Il Casale Di Nanni
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... It was quite warm by that time of the day so we drove home, got coffee/petrol etc and eventually got home to rest.
tonight we had a yummy munchy dinner at home and then spent time playing musical quizzes with John and my Itunes - lots of silly fun with our matching teeny bopper music.
I can now announce that yesterday Craig officially sent in his resignation to Scotch. In 2015 he will be a retired man. The next stage of our lives will ...
... Lucca, you seem to be able to relive history.
Lucca, compared to the bigger cities have not been commercialised much. There are no international brand, no big supermarkets and shops you find in the big cities. The significant less tourist also allows you to take your time to observe and understand the history of the city. All the tourist site are within short walking distance. The main sights are the Guinigi tower, San Michele of Foro cathedral, ...
... to long so we left...heard the bells tolling right as we were leaving the gates to the city.
Headed back to Lucca and spent the rest of the evening drinking beer and wine, oh and a new drink, Spritzer at a local bar. Spritzer is Proseco, Aperol and ice with a twist of orange...very light and tasty!
Ciao Ciao for now...tomorrow we get to go back to the Cinque Terre, our favorite beach side villages! ...
... After a very average dinner in a restaurant we all trooped off to explore a square that mummy had spied earlier. We all had yummy gelato in an array of flavours. Jacob was very disappointed "toffee" got lost in translation, his coffee ice cream wasn't that tasty! Then a mini orchestra started to play the music of the famous Italian composers Puccini who hails from Lucca and Verdi and we all stood and got a little bit moved by the music the atmosphere and the beautiful ...
... appreciated Suore Elisa who always had a smile and took time to chat and make sure everything was okay. And the quiet was heavenly after a day spent in the madness of Firenze. Fabrizio at the Casa di Antonella in Siena went out of his way to help me figure out how to get to the various hill towns I wanted to visit. Getting to Volterra proved to be a special challenge but he made several calls to find the bus schedules for me. ...