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Travel Blogs from Lucca
... Pane & Pomaro. We delight in sharing a couple of brushettas, one with tomatoes, basil, cheese, anchovies and oregano and one with pears, pecoreino cheese and honey. This is something different and would loved to have samples more, but we are full. We are so grateful for our trip to this town. It is a great way to end our stay in Tuscany Today we are doing laundry and packing up. Tomorrow we will return the car to the ...
My knowledge of music is so limited. My first, and few, recollections of classical music are the Looney Tunes cartoons. And apart from Dance and ballet, I have had very little experiences with the classics. Our trip into Lucca, the birthplace of Giacomo Puccini, was very interesting. Lucca has a permanent festival honoring this man. Every night of the year, there is Puccini and ...
... in San Gimignano. Small world out there folks!)
We left Pisa and headed for San Gimignano. We arrived in early afternoon and started up the beautiful main street and decided to have lunch in a restaurant on the right side. The east side of the restaurant is also the east side of the wall of the city, on a hill...overlooking miles and miles of vineyards, Tuscan homes, agriturissmos, and sunflower fields. ...
... rabbit cacciatore and I had Tuscan meatballs and baby peas. This was all washed done with a carafe of red wine. It was a delicious meal. Afterwards we had to to have dessert and guess what we had, what else but gelato. We went back to the same place and tried some different flavours. A great way to finish an amazing day, even if it did have a less than desirable start. I would recommend Lucca to anyone who wants a taste of Italy and wants to get out of the big cities. Fabulous ...
... biking around an Italian city because the streets are crowded and I've already experienced my fair share of near death experiences by an impatient Italian biker. The passive agressive ringing of the bike bell is something that was popular in Berlin, too. Whenever I hear one I freeze because it is near impossible to tell what side of you the biker is trying to pass on, even if you do you'll only get in the way. All of this ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed