Il Nido della Rondine
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... see and vaguely recognize the next village across. Then we travelled by train to the 3rd village and walked around the 3rd village was the nicest out of the three that we visited. We also got a rather nice ice-cream before heading home. We are going to Rome next. By for now, from Hannah.
... and skipped the visit to the Basilica and the Cathedral (full to ******* bow with basilicas and cathedrals at the moment) and headed to the town of Pisa.
Lunch was memorable - it was so nice sharing my fresh air with the smoker on the next table in the open air restaurant. We partook of a gelati before we headed back to Lucca on the train.
We visited the Henri ...
... amp; wonderful chandeliers in each room, ornate tiled floors and creative paint work. Chris & DJ were with us for 5 nights but were ready to chill out & relax a bit, so an afternoon at Montecatini & our favourite ristorante, followed by a chilled out day at Viareggio on the beach provided them the opportunity to discover Lucca. Had some retail therapy with Chris, enjoyed apertivo time .... were thrilled to share some of this beautiful ...
... around LUCCA Climbed tower Found kebab shop Visited circular piazza. I bought some ornaments- vespers Had coffee and patisserie Walked home Noelene and I went back to piazza to buy gifts for grandchildren. She bought some vespers for the boys and embroidered library bags for the girls. Walked home Recycling bins ...
... has a path that is a perfect place for biking and running. Runners don't get stared at in Lucca!
We had a gorgeous day for our bike tour and, on my bright lime green bicycle, over forty Americans took Lucca by storm...with bells and everything! Our guide explained the history behind the walls then took us into the city to pass by some of the beautiful churches. I not only survived my first Italian biking ...