Ospitalita Rurale L'Uccelliera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... excited to learn that the woman who owns this property is connected to South Africa but was brought up in England. There is carol Boyes cutlery and lots of books from SA. She was lucky enough to inherit a lot of money and bought this area, all 53 acres of it with a few villas on it. The one we are staying in is very big and beautiful and we are one of a few around us who share this exceptional space which is ...
... lunch. Bianca refuses to sit near me as I eat my tripe - the specialty of the area. It is still raining lightly. It clears again as the sun comes out but the crew (apart from me) are done and dusted for the day.
At 3.30, I head back into Lucca where it is sunny and the place is now packed. It is a lovely town. I climb Torre Giunigi which is a very interesting old tower as it has trees growing at ...
... of purple inside- very nice! All too soon we had leave. Lucca was a beautiful place and somewhere I definitely want to come back to. After short drive we arrived at Pisa. We walked the short distance to the green and I was amazed when I turned the corner to see the Baptistry, church and tower. You hear a lot about the tower but not really about the other two buildings. The tower is impressive however the colours of the marble of the church ...
... 2 and 4pm which makes walking around at the time a bit dull. In future I am going to try and plan my day about being in a museum or at lunch during that time so I'm not stuck fir things to do. Anyway I pottered about the city walls, took loads of photos, found a terrible museum of contemporary art redeemed only by a brilliant photography exhibition and generally enjoyed myself.
Rome tomorrow. Eek!
Portofino. a beautiful drive in thriough St Marguerita. very narrow road, a few close calls. huge boats in the marina. Satori yacht was enormous. Drove to Monterosso al mare. Narrow road down to the coast. Lots of tunnels and incredible scenery. Little towns perched on hillsides. We parked the car in a parking station And caught the Train to Romiggiori. I gave Noelene my seat so she could have a better view. No view tunnels all the ...