Locanda Sant Agostino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... arrival. I had already spotted a 'noddy train' and suspected that that may be our surprise. We had to pull into a bus park first and it was like shooting fish in a barrel for all the Sengelese hawkers. They are illegal vendor but they just swooped on us the minute we stepped off the bus. We had already been warned by Vicky that they sold Gucci and Prada bags that are made of cardboard covered with a leather veneer. Anyone who is caught buying the knock offs can ...
... this was the real deal! So of course the boys got one! They finished up with some soccer and we went to return the bikes, We then went to dinner at trattoria da Leo, and it was really good! We got pasta, as well as meat, since I think we are all craving a little "regular" food! After dinner, we a walked back to the piazza to get a beer and watch the World Cup! We finished the 2nd half at home,watching an amazing performance by mexicos goalie in tying ...
... shop, etc etc and we ended up at a lovely bar where for euro 5 I had a Mojito and any amount of food on the bar that I wanted. There was 8 of us who stayed for drinks and it was fantastic to meet some people and have a chat. There were 3 from American, Annette, her husband Andy, another Andy, Eve from Britain and two other girls from Austria. Even on the third ask I didn’t quite get their names but they were all interesting and very lovely. There was another ...
... br> We had a lovely dinner at a quaint little restaurant recommended by the owners of our apartment. The only down side was the wine menu which only had their own wine. Decided to try their white wine, which we both thought tasted a little like apple cider, suffice to say it was not one of the better white's we have had in Italy.
Back to the Piazza for a late night Spritzer before heading home with the intention of being up at 6am tomorrow for a bike ride around Lucca in peace and ...
... and did just that. He didn't speak much English, but loved that we were from NZ and loved the All Blacks. So what was an expensive mistake turned into a chance to meet a genuinely generous Italian. Anyway, so we got to Lucca and walked the 2km to our B&B hotel. It is on the outside of the old town walls on the north side. The B&B is called Corte Di Re Artu and is in an old building dating back to the 1800's. The rooms are decorated in medieval theme with paintings on ...