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... scattered throughout the grounds, sharing space with all manner of flowering plants and shrubs, dozens of statues, with an octagonal fountain at the center. According to the palazzo's brochure, this garden was used as a filming location for the 1996 film Portrait of a Lady, with Nicole Kidman and John Malkovich. We thoroughly enjoyed spending time in this idyllic setting, despite the cloudy skies and occasional rain drops.
On the way back to the ...
... off to another section of the garden for the dramatic piece. Sort of followed the gist of it.....we think. More music by the orchestra to complete the evening.
Aperos and antipasti at the bar opposite before heading back for a late dinner.
Actually, most dinners are late. What with being out and about, and the late evenings, often dont eat till 20.30 ...
... Lucca itself was quintessentially Tuscan- small narrow streets, colorful buildings and plenty of churches. We arrived mid-morning and set off armed with our map in-search of the amphitheater. About 3 hours and after having been fed and watered (the food was divine - antipasti being a particular favorite and it was here that Chris decided to start conducting a 'Best Bruschetta' competition, ...
... br> Shopping then back to apartment for a " nana nap".......OOOps bought another bag hehehe
DAY TRIP TO PISA
An action packed day today off on the train to Pisa. A quick trip from Lucca (20mins).
we arrived you have to line up for a ticket and you get allocated a
time that you can climb the tower .. We got the 12.30 time slot so we had an hour and half to kill walked into the town and had coffee and gelato ( ...
Friday 12th~ We drove back up to the thermal hot springs of Montecatini & drank the healing waters. They tasted horrible (& i'd been advised by the 'doctor' to have mine warm) but all in the name of health & healing;) The grounds in which we visited were like that of a Roman palace. Fresco ceilings, marble sculptures & a beautiful Italian woman singing opera which echoed through the ...