Hotel A Palazzo Busdraghi
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It was our largest driving today. 355 km from Manarola to Todi in Umbria, travelling via Lucca and then through Tuscany. Arrived Lucca around 10am and walked into and around part of the township. Great place, had lovely brunch.
We then hired push bikes and cycled around the city walls (4km circle with wide paths and tree lined with no ...
... in the tourist office, who called the bike company who said they'd be round to cut the chain. As we were about to go on the tour, delegated all responsibility to the fellow on the tourist office.
The tour was interesting, presented in both English and Italian. Given some general history of the town then walked around several of the sites, including the anfiteatro and ending at the ...
... prominent Lucchese families) and Torre Guinigi is the most important tower in Lucca and one of the few remaining within the walls. It is known for the garden that grows on the top. This was a very easy climb. The stairways were wide and not too steep. The rooftop, with it's shady grove of trees, provided a wonderful 360 degree view of Lucca. It wasn't too busy but on our way back down we could tell siesta was over as more people were out and about.
... 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 ...
NORTHERN TUSCANY - August 9th was another travel day from Bolzano to Lucca in Northern Tuscany. A long 8 hours of many train changes, but a great finish in the mediaeval walled town of Lucca with paths along the wall you can actually ride on. The wall is so wide that there is enough room for a very wide pedestrian path with small parks lining both sides of the path. Great for an evening stroll or a gentle bike ride. Northern Tuscany is filled with field after field ...