Villa Pardi Lucca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... non stop even on the bus. She is a lovely little lady but I think we need to strap her to Doug's back so he can walk and she can snap to her heart's delight.
My feet and legs have become quite swollen and I'm not sure if it's from the heat or some bites on my legs. It could also be all the carbs or alcohol that I wouldn't normally have. All I can do is put my feet up for as long as possible at night. Tomorrow we are off to Siena and then Firenze..can't wait.
Ahhhhh Lucca Lucca Lucca. What an amazing place! I am writing this after the fact, so I can say it was my most enjoyable part of visiting Florence. If we do Le Grand Tour again, I will be sure we stay not only there but also do it for more than one day.
So after a sleep in ahem...(apologies but I love my snoozies), we clambered onto a train to Pisa. Pisa, as everyone knows is all about it's Leaning Tower. So all ...
Everyone wanted to sleep in and more of a relaxing day. We have driven so much in the past couple days, it gets tiring. In the afternoon we headed to Lucca, which was a town maybe fifteen minutes from where we were staying. We walked around the city wall for a bit and then hit the street for some shopping! Since the boys didn't want to shop, they went and rented bikes for the day. Pam and Sarah went ...
... many people I've known for ages. It was great. Unfortunately, we all got lost in the kerfuffle of getting off the train. That was a shame.
I eventually got to my room which is very basic but clean and it has WIFI which, I have discovered, is a must when looking for accommodation. Sadly, my room in on the first floor, so I had to do the same thing over again. I must admit, I am really really sore now and have pulled every muscle down ...
... had happened but to no avail. Although the conductor did graciously bump the fine down to just 40 euro instead of 80. Problem was we only had 15 euro cash and they didn't take credit card. This caused quite a problem and twice the conductor stormed off to who knows where only to come back to say we still had to pay. How I asked, again and again. At one stop the police got on and walked up towards us and I thought, you've got to be kidding me. But luckily they walked straight ...