Villa Pardi Lucca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... power and the wealth of the Medici family who basically invented what we know as the modern banking system. The Medici family were also responsible for the paychecks for attracting all of the artisans that flocked to Florence for the renaissance. We got the visit the Duomo, the medici palace, the Ponte de Vecchio and we got to go on a walk right up to the basilica where Michelangelo is buried. The view from up there from over the city ...
Today we woke up and said goodbye to Roma! My prayers were answered since it was not pouring- I was so worried about how we would get to the train station if it was raining! It was beautiful and sunny, and we said goodbye to our apartment, Casa paradiso, and walked down to the the taxi stand. Luckily, there were tons of taxis waiting, so we hopped in and went to the Rome termini train station. The station was pretty much nicer than I had anticipated, we ...
... in the beautiful weather was the best thing ever. I don't remember a time that I was so relaxed. After the beach, we went to the Hotel in Lucca. I can't complain about my apartment by any means, but being in an air conditioned room with a big comfy bed wasn't too bad either. After getting ready and showering we went downstairs in the hotel to a fancy restaurant area to have a big dinner with everyone from API. After dinner, they had buses transporting us to the city center ...
... for the day.
The distance around the top of the town wall measures just shy of 5kms in radius. It is as wide as a road and fortunately no cars are allowed on it so perfect for pedestrians.
Once we had completed the round trip of the wall we rode into the town and saw most of what we had missed the previous day. A few snaps later and I was back on the town wall going for a run whilst Hughy pedalled around looking for the supermarket we couldn't find ...
... breads, olives, extra virgen olive oil, basalmic vinegar (that was the best we have ever tasted) and 6 types of wine they produce along with a dessert wine. We ate and ate at long tables in tents on the grounds....It was bliss. Then we rode back and sang songs on the bus. We napped and went to dinner and a show. The mediterranean is smooth and gorgeous with mountainous islands glistening in the late evening sun...