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... Tomorrow we arranged for a 2-hour walking tour of the city, which should give us a better overview of the layout and historical significance of Lucca. After their complimentary massage and bikini-wax, the girls finally "crashed" a short while ago (9:00 PM local time), but I fear that our biological clocks may be "out-of-whack" for a few days. Hopefully we'll all be present and accounted for in the morning ... and ready to rock and roll!
The birthday boy was "surprised" with his new leather jacket. Fortunately just the right size and colour. Daughter and granddaughter had sung happy birthday, emails from friends and family, a good start to the day, which was a good job, as it was bucketing down again. Even more frustrating, the internet went down and stayed down. Paul couldn't even raise a hot spot on his phone.
Things didn't improve, so in a ...
... of houses and narrow streets. More caffeine and gelato (there was definitely a theme to this trip!) later and we headed back to the B&B just outside the city rules. Navigational failure however meant that we ended up walking the 4km around the whole city wall before finding our way back to the B&B. Not what you need when hungry, tired and in need of a toilet!
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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 ...
A late morning this time, no hurry.
We left around 11:00am departing for Lucca, one of only a few towns with still complete Renaissance city walls. The walls now have a walkway that runs across the top of them, making a 4.5km walk around the whole town.
In our case, having arrived and parked, we hired bikes, and bought some snacks from a local focaccerie, and rode along the walls until we found ...