Lucca In Villa San Marco
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Perfectly placed just minutes from the walled town.
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... The owner is involved in philosophy schools and uses this venue as a retreat, it does feel like one. Our villa is totally child friendly as she has 13 grandchildren.
Our village is small, and so typically Tuscan. Lots of coffee shops, restaurants and the wonderful butcher, baker and general dealer. Tammy found fish cakes in the pharmacy today! We can walk into the village, about ten minutes away so we ...
... of it. Not much room to walk around but the views are fantastic. A shame the others did not get to see it. I head back down and walk a few streets and really enjoy it,particularly the large square around the cathedral.
I head home just before 6.00 which is good as a thunderstorm hits just as I get in the house. Dinner is what we have bought today and tomorrow we head down to the Perugia area.
... are beautiful. After taking the obligatory photos with the tower I spent time inside the church. It is a beautiful building with many large paintings on its walls. Its ceiling is also very beautiful with gold and blue relief. A new term was invented while looking at the church- "power cathedral" meaning that we were pretty quick looking through it! In Lucca and Pisa there are lots of Africans trying to sell to you things: ...
... set out in a new direction to find what has been recommended to us as the best Gelato in Lucca. My friend Richard from Lexington spent some time in Lucca and said this is the place. It certainly was delicious. Kaela and I had a raspberry/blueberry flavor and Hsing-ay had coffee flavor. Really, really good! I think we will be back on Friday.
... pine nuts) and pesto, marble and ship building.
About 90 minutes later we arrived in Florence, the capital of Tuscany and the city that gave birth to the Renaissance. We checked in at the Westin Excelsior, a truly elegant hotel. Our room has a balcony and overlooks the River Arno and the Ponte Vecchio, the city’s famous arched bridge. These are ...