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... back looking at shops, bought yummy biscuits, pan forte as a gift for the Rimini people and finally Craig bought himself some stuff – two new pairs of shoes – seem great – some slip on types and winter walking ones. The traffic on the way out was crazy but I waved my hands at the cars and they let us in – yes we are becoming Italian. Lovely day – will miss Lucca. ...
... more because of the thought that people used to and probably still do horrible things to others. The brutality in those times was unimaginable. I was glad for the sunlight and fresh air when we were finished. Lunchtime. I looked up the address of one of the restaurants recommended to us by Paola and it was a lovely little find with a garden out the back. We had a little table under a big umbrella and there was a nice cool breeze. Lunch special was a meal, dessert and glass ...
... in through traffic on the walks. Some idiot was repeatedly jumping off the rock into the extremely turbulent water in the harbour. Probably for money. It was starting to rain but not enough to stop us exploring the town. A small quantity of thyme to accompany our mushrooms was picked from a plantar box decorating a restaurant we passed. Foraging again. The train back to Riomaggiore was like a sardine can, but fortunately it only took about four minutes. All five ...
... marina area but the drive over to Siena was gorgeous with undulating hill crops everywhere and olive trees casting shadows - looked like lattice work - magical. Thoroughly enjoyed catching up with Rhoda & the gang once again!!
We have had a couple of ground breaking thunder storms lately SO LOUD - everything vibrated as the sound bounced off the mountains for huge acoustic value!!! But the rain did freshen up the cobbled streets after all ...
... we stayed. The Villa Cheli is a family-run small hotel in the Tuscan hills outside of Lucca. It has a restaurant where our Master Cuocco Daniello made dishes to order each night. This guy had an absolute passion for cooking and serving. Not only was the food out of this world but his flourishes while serving were a delight to behold.
The visit to Lucca was very relaxing and really felt like a vacation. It was a sharp contrast to noisy, ...