Lucca in Villa Elisa
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... sit in which seat and again blocking the aisle; haven't finished with these yet, they then got up five minutes before Milan moved away from where they were seated and blocked others from getting their bags down while banging some poor woman in the head with their Gucci bag! Meanwhile I'm fuming, feel crook and now Relle is cranky with me! Lucca could not come quick enough but then the B&B is very old, very small and filled with antique personal ...
Sunny and hot After our marathon day in the car yesterday, we had another one ahead of us today, but on trains this time. We awoke at about 7.30 am after crashing at 10.0 pm the night before. Jack said he was asleep before his head hit the pillow and I don't doubt it for a moment. He had done a great job driving us through Provence; virtually being the driver and the Navigator the whole time because I am absolutely useless at reading maps. And ...
... brewing Pfanner family in mid 19th century : whose son was an esteemed physician and town Mayor. This gave rise to a rather fascinating and intrusive collection of medical objects in the house! The house was also used in the film of Portrait of a Lady with Nicole Kidman and John Malkovich. Dashed off once more to see the Puccini House Museum....as the famed composer was born in Lucca in 1858...and there's a lot Puccini references about! Lovely house museum...alas ...
... you will see the odd one or two in the pics to come!!
We arrived not being able to drive in the old town & no map but we eventually managed to hire a taxi to get all our cases, boxes of wine & stuff to our beautiful apartment & settle in! By the time we went out for dinner it was after 9pm - a long day!
Washing to be done and had a great walk on the magnificent Renaissance wall that surrounds the city on our first day. Walking the wall ...
... we looked like we belonged, because we spent the next few hours enjoying our own private section of beach and sitting under a beautiful umbrella, for FREE! We kept our money ready if the cabana boys came by, but they never did. You win some and you lose some in the game of travel. Never fear...we will be overcharged for something, soon enough to make up for the freebies. (We have also had all of our bus rides in Germany free of charge, as we never could figure out ...