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... music performed by a professional orchestra. The performance was held in a a very old church, great acoustics but very hard benches, in the old walled city. Puccini wrote such things as Madame Butterfly and la Boheme among many others. Our performance was devoted to the music of Johann and Josef Strauss. It was an impressive experience finished with a drive home under a Tuscan ...
... couple of possibilities we head home to pack and to rest up.
What a perfect night our last night is. We are able to get a good table at the spot we had looked at earlier. The breeze has died down and we see a sunset over the Ligurian Sea, a beautiful glow of pink clouds reflected in the water while we share almond crusted salmon and toast our last day on the Riviera.
... located…(or rather Mary and her great memory remembered from a conversation we'd had with Stig and Charlotte). We walked a
while trying to find it but all we could see open, was a little café opposite the towns theatre…we continued our walk looking for anything else that might be open as well as to check where the train station was so we knew where to catch the train back to
Honestly, it was like walking through a very pretty ghost ...
... table on the computer…it is still very warm. The ‘Yo Window weather forecaster’ tells me it is 24 degrees at the moment. The windows are all open letting through a cool breeze. I can hear people walking home from the open air concert…I can hear the musicians packing all their gear away. There’s the sound of ‘clicking’ sprinklers coming from the park above the carpark and the odd car and vespa speeding their way pass Brunella. Mary is ...
... the churches and Bassilica in Lucca so that we won’t have an issue from this Sunday onwards.
We decided to have a lunch of salads and Panini with a prosecco and beer in ‘Piazza Antelminelli’ which had a glorious fountain right in the middle if the square…nothing too ostentatious but very large and calming.
On the way back the skies turned black on us and we had to scurry back to Brunella before we were rained upon. Mary grabbed her coat but ...
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