Locanda Sant Agostino
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... tickets for, was due to depart. Being seasoned travellers by now, we pinned down the first official we saw and sought directions to the correct platform. "No platform has been allocated yet" he squealed nervously. Sure enough, when we found the departures board, our train was listed as leaving at 1310 hrs but had 20' in the next column and by now we understood that to mean 20 minutes late.
... seating you encounter a big fat slob in a four seater with his feet on one seat and his bag blocking the other two seats. Or else you come across two women again in a four seater with shopping bags that should have been put in the rack above. Or you come across a pretty boy blocking the aisle sorting his coat and shirt out when he could have moved six inches and let people through. Or the same pretty boy with his two pretty mates trying to work out which ...
Another trip into the mountains via the valley floor by train, lovely villages at the base of the mountains. Snow on top and the sun getting low the locals preparing for winter. Very such Autumn colours made for a very picturesque journey.
The bridge was built in the 1500's and makes one of the Via Francigena roads to ...
... folk. Shops look wonderful. Bank card still healthy but suitcase gaining weight as we go. Provolone at ends of our via,provided us with fine fare to make antipasto platter and pasta dish to welcome the Murrays. Old apartment building has frescoes in kitchen area dated 14century so full of charm and character. Much of the furniture looks like my mums. Comfy beds and great local ...
... a nice, hot cappuccino each and watched the Sunday lunchtime tourists
and locals going about their business.
After about thirty minutes of
enjoying the sunshine and stalking all the Lucchese…we decided that we should
contact Paul and Michelle and see if they wanted to join us for
lunch…somewhere…probably Paulos Café. We had booked and planned to go to the Easter Lunch at San Colombanos but had already cancelled mainly because we were so full from ...