Lucca In Villa San Marco
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Perfectly placed just minutes from the walled town.
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... with their beautiful tiles,only in Tuscany. We caught the local train to our village and had antipasti with lovely French champagne followed by osso bucco. Rich found a local cheesecake and apple tart with whipped sweetened cream and out came the Vin De Constance dessert wine! What a treat to be able to live the dreamy fantasy, I do feel like the luckiest woman alive and my only problem is my hangover today and much broader ...
... in but decline at this stage and away we go toward Lucca.
Through Mantova and onto the autoroute, we make good time toward Bologna and Florence and turn off toward Pisa and Lucca. Josh makes a comment he would like to see the leaning tower so we plan a quick trip after Lucca tomorrow. We arrive at Lucca and I call Daniela where we are staying. She gives directions which we are convinced we will never find. We are told to look for red house with vineyards ...
... with rosemary and sage. We asked Dante's niece how it was made and she said she'd email us the recipe- she wants us to let her know how we go making our own soup! Following the soup we had a selection of Tuscan specialities: prosciutto, pecorino cheese, chicken liver pate and Tuscan bread dressed with garlic and olive oil. Finally we finished with almond biscotti. Dante's family had prepared the food for us and it was a magical ...
... door of a safe in Fort Knox. I stashed the key and have been looking forward to seeing what a place could look like that took a key like that.
We moved out of Florence on a Thursday and drove towards the coast. Our destination was about forty minutes away in a microscopic town called Castel del Bosco, in the Tuscan countryside close to Pisa. John's place was not on any map, but he gave us the latitude and longitude to plug into our GPS. Once we found the place, the magical ...
... behaviour accordingly. Much of the afternoon was spent sleeping off a heavy lunch which followed a private walking tour of Pisa. It is actually quite difficult being the sole partiipant on a walking tour, as there is a lot of pressure to feign interest in the most banal facts about a city which is famous for only one thing, an architectural mistake (like Chesterfield, with its twisted spire)...
Friday had been releatively exciting, predominantly due ...