Ospitalita Rurale L'Uccelliera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and uncomfortable, we had a problem finding a seat and had to sit next to a guy who spent the entire journey talking on his mobile. Unfortunately, I don't think he had ever come into contact with a toothbrush and I spent the hour and a half trying to dodge his breath.
Eventually we arrived in Milan, ...
A few drizzles finally descended from the skies over Tuscany as we awakened this morning, the first rainfall since our arrival almost two-weeks ago. But the weather did not deter the girls, who ventured out late in the morning to find small travel luggage for Lucy and Irene that will accommodate all of the goodies accumulated during our time in Lucca, Florence and Pisa. After they returned, we had lunch at La Brusketta in the Piazza dell'Anfiteatro (yet ...
... Stevie Wonder started between 30 and 60 min late, so we were able to have a leisurely dinner before going in for the Backstreet Boys. It was fun. The city was a seething mass of (younger) people, all singing along to the songs, and on occasion, even drowning out the band. Those in the cheap seats kept moving around, time out for drinks, catching up with friends, just being there. We listened and ...
... away. We headed up to a place called Bagni di Lucca and had a walk around to see what was there and just enjoy the weather. As it turns out, there isn't a great deal there although their claim to fame is that the first casino in the world was opened there, and is still there and operating. There is also a lovely open air piscina, (swimming pool), so we've stored that in the memory bank for later in the year. Black Speedos of course never go out of fashion ...
... and pastries still look appetizing but I don't want to eat them. I'd rather just stare. So now I'm staring at a deeper level, beyond the surface. I'm looking at vending machines, where you can much more than snacks and cold drinks. You'd be surprised what you find on display here. Our past three days in Lucca have been a staring, oggling, coffee swilling window shopping fest on a quest for shoes made in italy. You cant really appreciate ...