L'Orto Delle Palme
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Travel Blogs from Lucca
... had a group light lunch of pizza, bruschetta with wine tasting at a local restaurant and then it was free time....for leather handbags! Wasn't going home empty handed on that subject. Walking between squares, up and down quaint streets, browsing in shop windows and then it was time to meet the group to depart for Lucca our stay for the next two nights. It was seriously hot by now, and everyone was happy to enjoy the "coach" (forbidden to call it a bus!), ...
... a long detour on the way back to Lucca to visit a town called Bagni Di Lucca where one of the first spas using thermal springs in Europe was established. However, when we got there, there was some special event on and not a vacant parking spot to be found. So we continued on back to the hotel. Having eaten so much food, a bowl of soup for Anne and a salad for Peter was all we needed for dinner in a restaurant in Lucca in the ...
Sam's birthday coming up and the parcel ready to be sent, plus another one: we're the grandparents. What timing, ************e else there. With large parcels under my arm, I obviously wasn't a welcome sight to the PO assistant. Lots of waving of hands and rapid fire Italian, with no sense of any help forthcoming.
I'm the Grandma, I have a parcel to send and I'm not moving.
Getting to Lucca
Lucca was a short 20 mins train ride from Pisa Centrale station. It is not necessary to validate the train ticket again. Romain validated the ticket twice and the conductor told me not to do that next time. The small city is situated behind the walls within a short walking distance from the train station. You will see the wall as you come out from the train station where you can enter the city through a short tunnel on the foot of the ...
... along the beach, yes, waves. There was a live person playing the organ in the church we visited. We had lunch in a restaurant beside the Central Park and for our antipasti we pointed to the tables next to us, "we'll have what they're having". Wow. About ten little plates of hot and cold seafood delicacies arrived: stuffed mussels, grilled razor clams and small fried seafood quenelle, marinated sardine, salmon, squid, fried prawns with courgettes, anchovies ...