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Travel Blogs from Lucca
... the air to take silly pictures. Of course, we did the exact same thing. After about 30 minutes of trying to get the perfect shot it was starting to drizzle so we looked at the other two buildings in the piazza which had entrance fees so we didn't do in. One was the Pisa Cathedral and the other was St. John's Baptistry. We were glad we went back for the once in a lifetime ...
... it is the Tripadvisor reviews give the breakfasts a big rap. I can only say that these people must not have travelled much as we both thought brekkie was lacking anything special. Due to my sour demeanour we decided to separate for a couple of hours and I went walking, poking my nose in buildings and taking photos. As the walls are so high and the streets so narrow it was easy to get lost, but that was okay. We met backup and visited a museum which was really ...
Sunny and hot After our marathon day in the car yesterday, we had another one ahead of us today, but on trains this time. We awoke at about 7.30 am after crashing at 10.0 pm the night before. Jack said he was asleep before his head hit the pillow and I don't doubt it for a moment. He had done a great job driving us through Provence; virtually being the driver and the Navigator the whole time because I am absolutely useless at reading maps. And ...
Lucca is beautiful! It has been a great little detour. Our favourite Italian stay so far. Well done to Jodi for choosing this place to visit. We got on the road early today, our train left at 9.10am. I wish I could say it was an uneventful train trip but it wasn't. With 20 minutes left to arrival the ticket conductor came up the aisle and I handed him our ticket as I have done so many times on this trip. But this time something was wrong. He got out his little notebook and ...
Breakfast with Germana and Alessandro, very hospitable as they encouraged my Italian...So I headed into the old city, hired a bike and set off to ride around the top of the city walls. Stopped at a bike shop to buy a helmet for my bike trip around Tuscany. The rain which was threatening, came down, so it was time for a coffee and pasticceria... Braving the rain I cycled to Palazzo Pfanner, a splendid house museum, built in 1660 by the Moriconi family, it was bought by ...
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