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... by a Lucchese silk merchant who was murdered by his wife’s lover. What a passionate start! The gardens were gorgeous – we loved the water features, the grotto and the beautiful flowers. It is now owned by the Torrigiani family or whoever they married into. They have links to Belgian royalty and rich acquaintances of course. After a lovely walk around the grounds including the wine cellar we had a tour ...
... us so we're definitely staying open minded. The areas outside of the city walls were a really positive difference to other cities though. Big houses (when I say big I mean average Brisbane homes) with beautiful gardens line most streets and the perfume from these gardens are a nice asset to walking the footpaths.
Day 2 here and we set off early (5.30am) for the Cinque Terra (In case anyone doesn't know, the Cinque Terre is a string of 5 fishing ...
... and pastries still look appetizing but I don't want to eat them. I'd rather just stare. So now I'm staring at a deeper level, beyond the surface. I'm looking at vending machines, where you can much more than snacks and cold drinks. You'd be surprised what you find on display here. Our past three days in Lucca have been a staring, oggling, coffee swilling window shopping fest on a quest for shoes made in italy. You cant really appreciate ...
... stayed a free comune -- occasionally under powerful bosses such as Paolo Guinigi (1400-30) -- for 430 years. Napoleon gave it to his sister Elisa Baciocchi as a principality in 1805, and in 1815 it was absorbed into the Tuscan Grand Duchy. “ This is actually my favorite part of Lucca history. Because you can see the relationship between the two town that we visited that day.
Lucca is the last Tuscan city ...
I realized this morning that I wanted to write one more post to give a shout out to all the wonderful people who took care of me at the various hostels and B&B's I stayed at. I know I kept mentioning the stairs but I got so much more than great exercise! The sisters at Instituto di Suore di Santa Elisabetta were so kind and friendly in Florence. I really had to practice my Italian right off since they spoke almost no English. ...