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... had another adventure on her layover between London and Texas, which I can't wait to hear about. The leaves here have started to turn, and the crisp fall sky is filling my mind with thoughts of hikes, and apple picking, and cozy nights reading of other people's adventures by the fireplace. We've made it there and back again. Fun as it was, I'm looking forward to enjoying home.
A presto, i miei amici. I'll see you soon.
DAY 6 (Wednesday May 6) "Take A Lucca"
Again we slept in late and were the last ones down to breakfast. In fact, we never saw any of the other guests at the B & B.
We had planned on going south of Florence once again and exploring the same area near Badia a Coltibuono, but instead found the town ...
Decided to stay at the Villa & do the washing, catch up on blogging & just chill out. Headed down to the local supermarket Conad, which you can imagine what we nicknamed it, in the arvo for supplies for dinner. Numerous bottles of Prosecco were drunk & we feasted on another wonderfully prepared & healthy meal. It seems surreal that the 14 of us are in Tuscany, Italy. The most amazing thing is that we all managed to get ...
... of what the road signs indicate. Didn't take long before we were off bringing the groceries back on the bikes!
Paul bought some reflector lights for the bikes, as we're out on the roads at night, and even though a lot of cyclists dont have lights, wanted to be seen.
Didn't make it to our first Wednesday markets as planned as it was pelting down with rain. Way too wet to venture out. Later, when the rain ...
... really romantic. Wasn't a lot to do but I think this city is all about browsing round the little gift shops and relaxing in one of the many cafes with a nice glass of local wine or a coffee. It a slower pace of life in Lucca unlike the busy industrial cities
The small winery at the end of the day just topped of the day in my mind because we got to try local wine which tasted amazing and on the way back to Florence it knocked us out