Villa la Perla
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the real reason / excuse for our big European holiday. Uncle Chris asked Sarah what was the best part of the trip so far? Her answer: "Seeing you guys!" So it really was a happy family reunion. The house is a mini mansion, with plenty of room to accommodate the two families. We were a little unsettled to find out it was quite a way out of Lucca, where we thought we were going to be. In fact it is nearly 30 minutes drive (Aussie driving, or 20 ...
Another little gem...Lucca celebrating 500 years this year. Very clean and contained within a circumference of 4.3km of fortified walls....built earlier of course but in the 1500's a lot of fortified villages and towns were pulled down to make ...
... Teacher is Laura who speaks only Italian to us...which I mostly follow...so we learn our magic vocab, and important expressions like Certo! = sure! And 'ho dimentico...' I forget.... Judith, Gilda and I have lunch...great ladies : Judith an ex miner, works for women's refuge and travels a lot, Gilda Iranian refugee in London working to empower women from forced marriages...So ...
... even had some over for dinner which is very welcome when you are travelling by yourself like many were. We have visited the botanical gardens & enjoyed the tree collection whilst witnessing artists capturing the everlasting landscapes & natural wonders!
Jenni & Keith Miller have come to stay with us (minus their cases) so time to share our expertise & give them a tour of the town & area. Starting with a fabulous meal & tasting the ...
... because all the cities are impossible to compare in order to pick just one favorite but I definitely see why he loves it so much. It had such a strong cultural atmosphere it was very fun just walking through the different areas throughout the city. Similar to other cities I went to in Italy such a Venice, the roads were all stone that were formed by buildings so the walking areas were very small then it opened up into bigger squares. I wish we had cities like this is America! ...