Hotel A Palazzo Busdraghi
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... of the historical area. Locked my bike then was wandering around just looking when I noticed that Paul was stood staring at a drain. And continuing to stare. When fishing in his pocket for something, had managed to drop his bike lock keys down the drain. Being able to see them sat at the bottom od the drain didn't help. Tried to using a stick, but they kept sliding off the end. Enlisted the help of ...
... for Trattoria da Leo, a recommended restaurant which we did not have a reservation for. We lined up 5 minutes before they opened and were seated promptly outside. We tried some Lucchese specials, including farro soup, grilled veal, and tortellini with meat sauce (Lucca style tortellini is more like ravioli). For dessert, we shared a good-sized portion of cantucci and biscotti accompanied by vin santo. With our bellies full, we fell blissfully asleep back at the ...
Day 266 10 hrs, 13 kms Lucca is going to be my base camp for a couple of days--and it's definitely a charmer. Although it has a sprawling modern city, right in the center is an impeccable walled city surrounded by a large grassy area. So if you look at it straight on, you do feel like you're gazing back a few centuries in time. I don't see any gates nearby, but there is a little secret ...
... I can only hope to be able to share them with past and new-found friends and family and to stay healthy and fit enough to enjoy them. Thanks to every one of you for sharing this awesome journey with me. Your comments on my blog, and your support along the way have meant the world to me. Please stay in touch and maybe the next trip will see you joining me for further exploration of our incredible planet! With love and a big hug to you all, signing off until the next time ...
... to stop for a few hours in Lucca. a walled city, we had heard many good things about when we were in Pisa. Checked our luggage in a private shop, and walked around some, but none of us was that impressed, too many tourists. So we headed back to the station to catch our next train back to Florence, where Juniper would connect to Berlin and we would ride to Arezzo or the coast next, we were unsure. So we left Lucca at 6:30, arrived in ...