Il Seminario Bed & Breakfast
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... which (as often happens) turned out to be a gem. All of us enjoyed our salads or risotto, and were pleasantly surprised by the friendly little serving girl, who was as personable as she was efficient. She was by far the nicest server we've encountered, as most wait staff have been duds so far.
Following lunch we walked to the main shopping street, Via Fillungo, where the girls had seen some interesting shops during yesterday's walking tour, and today's ...
... ride around the inside of the walls, Paul had discovered various access points, so we went exploring. Found a massive cavern - tunnel system under what was the baluardos. Ceilings almost as high as the walls, massive open spaces. Assume they were built as the walls were being constructed. In one system which actually linked two of the baluardos, was a presentation of the history of the settlement of ...
... to the homeland, so to speak.
It was about a 1.5 hour trip to Lucca, including a train change in Viareggio. The trip went smoothly and we arrived in Lucca well before noon. For this 2-night stay, I had booked us into a B&B instead of an apartment. The B&B was located outside the walls of Lucca but a short walk from the train station. Unfortunately, part of that walk was on gravel sidewalks (not paved) and we had to climb some stairs ...
... br> class -At 5pm. six of us did an Italian cooking class. Was fantastic we
made bruschetta , spinach and ricotta ravioli with sage butter ( pasta
from scratch ) loved using the rolling pasta machine. Main course
chicken cachitori and for dessert Lemon panna cotta with strawberry
couli. We were so full plus there was red wind and coffee.
Quick quick I need to go to bed. (all this eating and drinking is exhausting haha)
Friday 12th~ We drove back up to the thermal hot springs of Montecatini & drank the healing waters. They tasted horrible (& i'd been advised by the 'doctor' to have mine warm) but all in the name of health & healing;) The grounds in which we visited were like that of a Roman palace. Fresco ceilings, marble sculptures & a beautiful Italian woman singing opera which echoed through the ...