La Magnolia B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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Somewhat surprisingly, all of us awoke this morning without any serious side-effects from yesterday's travel marathon. After a simple breakfast of toast and coffee, we donned our walking shoes and met our guide Maria at 10:00 AM for a guided tour within the city's walls.
Then off we marched for a 3-hour introduction into the history and sights that make Lucca such a fascinating place. Narrow streets, quaint ...
... yes thanks times 2! I had beef filled ravioli with ragu and then a biscotti with marscapone and berries for dessert. Rather than ordering coffee we decided on a half bottle (375ml) of Rose which we sat and sipped as the restaurant emptied. It was by far my favourite restaurant in Lucca. Now I just have to remember the name. After lunch we ventured around town a little more finishing the other half of the walk around the wall. Afterwards we ventured into one of the Piazza's ...
Lucca 15 degrees, some light rain, thunderstorm
Pisa 15 degrees, cloudy, some light rain
After a great sleep, we woke to some some light rain which quickly cleared. After breakfast we headed down to Lucca. On our arrival it was very grey so it didnt promote the best view of Lucca. Coupled with the fact it wa about 9.30 Monday morning, there were not many people around. Normally this would be good ...
... army, when the 'alarm', sounds all able bodied men from 18 to 60 (if we remember correctly) are required to fight/help. As such all households are required to have a weapon ... Lindsay thought it was excellent that the Andorran parliament is the only one in the world that has equal numbers of female and male - 14 each. Made our way back to the campsite, which happened to look over the national football stadium (500 capacity, if you're lucky) and watched some of the European Cup ...
... narrow stairway to the summit, with spectacular views over the city, and in particular the Cathedral next door. After descending to ground level we recovered ourselves in a nearby cafe, before popping into the rather impressive Cathedral. We then returned to the car with the objective of driving into the centre of Pisa for a meal. This was possibly a mistake! Although we found a parking spot very easily (in the beautiful Piazza dei Cavallieri), we were later to discover that ...