Lucca In Villa San Marco
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Perfectly placed just minutes from the walled town.
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... the rain showers became a little more serious for awhile, forcing the poor waitresses and proprietor to quickly move the tables under large umbrellas.
Once the rain stopped, Irene decided to go back to the apartment, while the rest of us made our way to the church of San Frediano, with its impressive facade displaying a mosaic of Christ and the apostles. The church dates back to 1112, and contains some notable religious objects of significance, ...
Cycled into Lucca. Surprising how much I missed cycling over the last few days. However, there was absolutely no way cycling was ever an option for the Cinque Terra. Did a couple of laps of the walls, just because.
There was to be a series of performances along the baluardo and on into the Botanic Gardens tonight as part of the Lucca Summer Festival. Just wanted ...
... there and we were too tired for that much stimulation so, we headed toward home, not sure what to do. Alone in the B&B common area, we poured ourselves a drink at the B&B bar cart. After a couple more pours, we were getting hungry - surprise, surprise. So, we went around the corner to Pizzeria di Ninni, where we found out the Caprese salad with prosciutto was ginormous and we probably didn't need the "Ninni" ...
... is dedicated to St. John the Baptist. It's construction began in 1152 and was not completed until 1363, so total construction time took 211 years. The Baptistery, which is Romanesque in design and appearance, was designed by Diotisalvi whose is name was carved on a pillar inside.
Really pleased we took the time to come to Pisa, whilst it wouldn't be a place you would stay for long, it was worth seeing, and spending the day here, lots of fun!
... in poor Vernazza which was virtually swept away only 6 months ago as a result of significant rainfall causing a massive landslide. The town is obviously still getting back on it's feet and so after a while we hopped a ferry to Manarola and took the famous cliff walk to Riomaggiore. Whilst on one side is the lovely Ligurian Sea.... the other side is doing it's best to reconstuct the general feeling of a New York lower east side subway tunnel.