Agriturismo Le Buche di Viesca
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THE LUCCA WALL<\b> The Lucca wall Perfect for bicycle tourism With spectacular views of Antiquities, green space and Tall brick walls Toddlers Families Business folks dressed to kill In high heels And full suits And elders arm in arm Men with men Women with women And of course, couples Probably together forever Runners Dog-walkers Bicyclers in full official regalia And one lone fellow Peeing into a corner Thinking no one was watching FLORENCE, DAY TRIP TO ...
Up and out early and to the Accademia. We arrive at 7:30 to find only one other couple waiting. They are at the reserved entrance and we are at the unreserved. They came and talk to us and realise they should be unreserved too, so we let them have first place since they were there first. Slowly people start arriving. Quite a number seemed to know each other and we found out later they had been in the queue together yesterday. The couple just behind us are from Newcastle ...
We left our lovely villa Casale dei Frontini behind and headed first to Spello. Another quaint, stone village with flower boxes lining the streets. Bought prosciutto from a tiny little shop that was overflowing with produce. The hams all hung up on display.
Spello was a lovely quiet town without too many tourists, until a silver ...
... After we wait for some guys to finish shopping, yes the men took longer, we go to the House of Sizzle for a banquet dinner included in the walking tour. I don't know if I can continue writing about the rest of the night without feeling sick but I shall try. Bruschetta (which I hate), two types of pasta spirals pesto & tomato (which I ate even though stone cold because I was hungry). Really nice meat pea kind of stew on bed of chips & ...
... the merchandise. Everyone is always on break. We headed back for a late afternoon rest before dinner. This time we headed out towards San Marco and walked around. This area is a major bus stop so we rounded the corner towards the Museum Accademia. We stopped at a little place called the Caffe Academia. It was a quiet street and we sat outside. We had a antipasto salad and shared a pizza and glass of house wine for each of us. The food ...
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