lucca in villa san donato
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... the property has remained in the family ever since.
After climbing the grand staircase, we toured several rooms typical of aristocratic residences of the period, decorated with frescoes from the early 18th-century, and some fascinating 19th-century medical instruments that belonged to one of the family's descendants who practiced medicine, later becoming the mayor of Lucca.
The gardens of the palazzo are simply stunning. Lemon and orange ...
... Flaming torches led us along the wall to the next baluardo and the acrobatics. Just the two of them, but they performed on the ground, twigs, stones, dirt and all. Drummers led us towards the Botanic Gardens, where there was an orchestra playing to greet us as we arrived. Red wine in balloon glasses was handed out (!!!!!!!!) as we waited for the orchestra to finish ...
Today we boarded my first ever double-decker train and headed west to Lucca in search of a roman amphitheater. Lucca dates from the Etruscan and Ancient Roman times and is a town predominantly built inside the city walls designed by Leonardo Da Vinci, It was here our luck with the weather definitely ran out and I was forced to pay a visit to Accessorize in search of an umbrella (such a ...
... parts of the town.
We stopped at a place called " lady bar" lol coffee beautiful ( have to have no more than three coffees) I had five one day and was like a wind up toy for the rest of the night.
Beautiful lunch after the ride " chestnut pasta with portachinni mushrooms and ricotta, garden salad and a glass of " red" yes please.
We climbed the cathedral tower (Torre e Palazzo Guinigi) and Chris photo bombed a young groups ...
... cute restaurant on the wall of Lucca. Relaxing! Tues 16th~ We spent the day traveling along the cinque terre coastline! Breathtakingly spectacular.... Cute towns perched on sheer cliff faces. Steep paths, rocky beaches (with no sand) & the friendliest people. We caught the ferry the whole way, getting off at each of the ports... Such a beautiful way to experience the coast line! J ...