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We found McDonalds but there were dozens of blue busses spread up and down several streets and we did not have a clue which ones went where. There was one thing I did know and that was that there was no way I was spending an hour on a bus, without finding a loo first. At my age certain things have to take priority and so, knowing that McDonalds are only good ...
... power and the wealth of the Medici family who basically invented what we know as the modern banking system. The Medici family were also responsible for the paychecks for attracting all of the artisans that flocked to Florence for the renaissance. We got the visit the Duomo, the medici palace, the Ponte de Vecchio and we got to go on a walk right up to the basilica where Michelangelo is buried. The view from up there from over the city ...
... wine the lemon-cello the countryside and the architecture but oh the gelato! Off to rome or fumicino in the morning and then split and our cruise. We are all dolled up and off to the opera tonight of course in Puccini territory why not. Three train changes with luggage in tow, then a taxi to our hotel. A tiring day. When will I learn to pack light? SECCY HOTEL in ...... A small fishing port but reasonably close to ...
... though it is much larger than Barga. We rented bikes and rode the top perimeter of the wall which was both good fun and some exercise. We saw a lot of very upscale and expensive shops in the area. We enjoyed our "happy hour" by sharing a bottle of chianti and a warm ciabatta sandwich combined with some interesting people watching before making our way home. Brent and Diane were the cooks, ...
... Hotel offers bikes for the guests to use so after breakfast we set off to explore Lucca on wheels. It was still quite early, so we pretty much had the small streets and lane ways to ourselves for a while. We found Piazza Anfiteatro which is the most famous, picturesque, round piazza in Lucca. As there was nobody else in the Piazzo, I just rode my bike round, and round and round - taking in the views. Next we rode around the wall of the town. The path you take ...