Lucca In Villa San Marco
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Perfectly placed just minutes from the walled town.
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Last night we decided to set our alarm for 5.30am so we could head into Lucca on our bikes and have the town to ourselves to take some pictures.
As the alarm sounded, a decision was quickly made to reset it for 6.15am, a much more timely hour when the reality of your previous nights decision sets in.
Take two, we head into Lucca on our …
We're off to Lucca today, but not before a run thru the streets of Florence.
Luckily there are some flat sections along the Arno river, so we headed off there for a leisurely waddle.
Time to pack, which we are getting pretty good at, and by taxi to the train station.
The ticket to Lucca was €7.10, which is pretty much the cheapest …
... the outskirts of Lucca. We'd seen the aquaduct when travelling on the autostrada, but didn't realise so much was still standing just outside the walls. And so easy to find! Could hardly believe our luck.
Out and in again, with books to read while in a shady section on the walls. Stayed so long that it made sense to have predinner drinks and antipasti in the city.
... Lucca itself was quintessentially Tuscan- small narrow streets, colorful buildings and plenty of churches. We arrived mid-morning and set off armed with our map in-search of the amphitheater. About 3 hours and after having been fed and watered (the food was divine - antipasti being a particular favorite and it was here that Chris decided to start conducting a 'Best Bruschetta' competition, ...
... train hopping but we arrived mid morning with the crowds (if this is off season I'd hate to see peak!) With many paths still closed we jumped off the train at the third town and walked along the cliffs through olive trees and grape vines to the next town Vernezza. It was a steep climb in some small parts, but worth the views. We were surprised at how isolated the towns appeared, and how well connected they were by trains running though the hills. We spent the afternoon in ...