B&B Casa Alba
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Decided that after enjoying "just being" in Lucca we should make an effort to check out the tourist sites. Surprisingly, well, not surprisingly, in the course of being there, had already covered several items on the list: Palazzo Pfanner, Torre Guinigi, Paizza San Michel, Piazza Napoleon, Piazza Vendi, ...
... gives you the feel of what a central square in the Middle Ages must've been like. And then, of course, you can make a full loop of the city along the walls, along with locals out for a jog or stroll... feeling very safe from any outside invader. I check into my hostel, which feels like a large restored convent... I'm going to enjoy my stay here. Now let's add a few more miles to our ...
... mining days, and to my parents grave with the couple who look after the grave for us brought to an end my epic 8-month, 19-country adventure. Back on home turf, the first hectic week has been spent pulling the pieces together and getting ready to enter the land of the working population - a challenge that I'm actually eager to embrace, but also fearful that a year away will have made my skills rusty or redundant. Only time will tell!! I'm often asked, "Would I do it ...
... water so clear & blue! Time to say 'goodbye' to Jenna as she sets sail for Croatia & the islands.
Carrara is close by and has long been the world's largest extractor & shaper of marble. As you look up at the Apuane Alps you imagine snow still covering the caps but is actually white marble. The texture & purity of Carrara's white marble is unrivalled - no wonder Michelangelo selected blocks from here for many of his masterpieces.
... and we putted past the coast admiring the way the homes were built into the rock face. The villages were intriguing and in past times they were only accessible by boat. Now days there is the train and tracks but we were told that helicopters are used to pick put the grapes after they have been picked and to transport the building equipment. Lunch just had to ...