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... Piza. Lucca was a great little city and and it had a very significant history. Our guide Gabriel was there to give us the facts, in a very animated way, I might add. He was very entertaining. 90,000 people live in the walls of Lucca and 350k live in the surrounding areas. Here are some facts: - we took many photos of the church called San Fernando. It was restored in 1112. There are about 50 churches serving the population. I'm assuming these ...
... of that region, we got the pesto pasta and it was divine. I could've eaten a whole nother plate of it it was so good. After dinner, we walked past a bar and decided to have a seat. I didn't really feel like drinking but Sophie convinced me too and after a few 12% beers I was pretty drunk. We met a guy from Argentina who Sophie had been flirting with and a couple people from London. the bar closed at 1 so at 1250 we were kicked out and stood on the street talking for awhile. All of ...
... on the steps like other tourists and people to just watch the sun set. There was this street singer serenading us with American music but with an Italian accent. It was really nice. We drank our wine from the bottle between the three of us and it was classy! When we finished the first bottle, we got another one and just relaxed. It has been a long day and we needed to unwind. We were drunk after a while, but we were ...
... were equally gorgeous.
Across the cobblestone walkway stands the 270 foot high Campanile or "Giotto's Tower". No modern elevator inside, Rick opted to let me climb alone up the 413 steps to the top. The cool winter air seemed to make the climb easier although I did have to stop several times going up (as did others). The dusk skies were clear and the views were great. ...
... appointment at the Academia first on the list. While preparing for our trip, we endlessly solicited advice from anyone we knew that had been to the area. Seeing David was one of the things that was hit or miss from those personal tips. It was something that both Arron and I felt strongly about and are happy to say that we've now seen this amazing, original, statue first-hand. The amount of detail that Michelangelo was able to carve into a singular piece of stone is simply awing. ...