Lucca in Villa Elisa
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... that the Leaning Tower might be a bit ho hum but it was amazing. Sorry but the word amazing may end up being thrashed over the next few days. We tried to resist the corny tourist photo of holding up the tower but sadly we got sucked into it. There was an option to climb to the top but we opted for a slice of pizza in Pisa in the shade. After walking around for a good hour under the Tuscan sun, it was time to hop back on the bus and head to Lucca.
... people going in all directions. Arrived in Lucca on time and set off to explore this lovely walled city. Visited the beautiful Duomo and also the Church of St Frediano. Lunching now at the very cool and nice Locando Di Bacco, and enjoying a nice bottle of Lucchesi vino rosso dalla Fattoria di Fubbiano. Absolutely delicious Italian food including Eggs with black truffle, fennel and orange salad, ...
... the sort of place we were after. Typed the address into our satnav and we were there, picked up everything we needed. Found a big car park out of town to carry out the repairs, took the afternoon to finish the job. Sprayed the wood black to blend in with the other windows, now there's no worries as it's much stronger then glass.
After a job well done drove a little closer to Florence, so we can get a good start in the ...
... in Italian knowing darn well I have no idea what she’s saying. I then of course smile and nod and say si si while she knows (by the very dumb look on my face) and I know….. that I completely non capisco!!! Luckily blind freddy could see that we were talking food and drinks and I could at least look at the produce and appreciate it.
After our drinks, Eve and I went and had a quick pasta at a very typical Luccanese restaurant. The pasta was ...
... a view to have ourselves a picnic lunch. We had leftover cheeses, pesto, prosciutto and crackers from last night. The sun was shining and it was a perfect spot for a picnic. We then biked into the old town and started exploring its narrow cobbled lane ways. This place is exactly as you would picture a little Italian town to be. You can easily imagine it in medieval times. We biked to Piazza San Michele, one of the main squares, and bought ourselves a gelato. Even with the ...