Relais Inn Lucca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... surrounding the city and the unique number of ancient Towers around the skyline.
THE RENAISSANCE WALL - the rampart encircling the city is called a Renaissance Wall meaning that it was designed and built during the 14th and 15th centuries to protect the city and its citizens from an external bombardment attack, hence its massive width. This is different to the Medieval walls we usually ...
Following the tour, at about 1:00 PM, the tour members were famished (as usual), so the girls selected a lunch spot on a small side street, Ristorante da Francesco, where we ordered simple veal, chicken, and pasta dishes that were delicious and reasonably priced. Shortly after returning to the apartment, Dee and Lucy ventured out with a map, shopping trolley, and their "Big Girl Panties" to find the grocery store ...
... chapel within a internal gazebo, nice floor tiles, beautiful blue & gold ceiling and the Tintoretto Last Supper painting was quite magnificent – certainly the best church in Lucca. We strolled and shopped and looked at other sights. I bought a nice black cardigan and we purchased some Lucca tea towels and various biscuit items, which look interesting. Once we met up with Craig and Paul who drove down after their ride, we had lunch and then walked around the Lucca ...
... tatt also is leaning. If you go into a tourist shop - after a while you begin to question whether or not you are drunk, as everything is on a lean, from shot glasses, to coffee cups to well everything!
The tower is actually quite far from the train station and you must walk through the street/tourist trap funnel toward the tower. It is amazing, as I have not really thought about Pisa and what kind of town it is. ...
... was yesterday - but I have written about that drive. This morning, after breakfast, we headed down towards the beach in Nice. Even at. 9.30am the sun was searingly hot and people were flocking to the beach. We then walked along the main promenade for a few kilometres and came across the Nice fresh food market and bought ourselves the most delicious peaches. As usual, I was pre-occupied with the quality of the tomatoes and took more photos ...