Relais Inn Lucca
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... but wow, i didnt quite appreciate just how bad it was. We walked around the base fm one side to the other and there was a good 3 or 4 large marble blocks difference in the surrounding base support. After we finished there, time for more italian pizza. During the day the tour crew decided we would have a picnic tonight out on the city walls in Lucca so Florian the tour leader and i went shopping to load up on all the ...
... would touch the sausage, sigh. Breakfast here is the one thing that is really killing us. Anyway, we wrapped the rest to go, since we were feeling increasingly uncomfortable under the eyes of the crime ring, and went to the station. We checked the board and found our track... I'm having such an easier time this trip figuring out the trains- either they have gotten better or I have gotten smarter.. We hopped on to our train - assigned seats - ...
... were pretty amazing, and the streets were lovely and old and amazing, but it was more about the people I was with. It was fun!!
Marina, who is our teacher, walked with us around the streets. Again, speaking only in Italian to us.... and my little group would be at the bottom of the rung, but that's ok. I plan to speak as well as the others do one day. We saw the markets, had a coffee, tried some local chocolate, saw the ...
... the train station for our journey home. A quick visit but our intention was only to see the Tower and in the heat of the day, that was enough.
After many confusing walks across the train platforms trying to find the right one, due to a lack of signage, something all too common in Italy which we find very frustrating at times, we boarded our non air conditioned train for an agonising 30 minute ride home. Man, it was hot and to describe how sweaty we were would only put ...
... towers. The walled town has a resemblance to a medieval Manhattan and the towers were all built in the 12th & 13th century. Jenni experienced the impressive lush & productive land, Tuscan landscape and enchanting Apuane Alps! Keith's case finally arrived...... hallelujah!
Another girlie day starting with the market, Modern Museum Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibition, climbed up the Torre Guinigi with self seeded holm trees on top, visited Chiesa di ...