Alla Dimora Lucense
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... by a Philipino priest who spoke great English and had a great sense of humour. He was talking about how the Barbarians desecrated the tombs centuries ago, looking for valuables amongst the gravesites, when someone asked him, who, exactly, were the Barbarians. He said political correctness, privacy issues and cultural sensitivities prevented him from answering that but he could say with certainty they weren't from the Phillipines.
The catacombs were amazing and they ...
... s music are held and the house where he was born. We viewed the Church of San Michele, with its facade that is impressive from the front, but incomplete from the side, and ended at the Piazza Antfiteatro. Located on the site of a Roman ampitheater, where the buildings reflect the shape of the original structure. It was there that our morning walk ended, and where we chose to stay for a light lunch al fresco. For me that meant just a glass of wine and ...
... perhaps we will have better luck at Pisa tomorrow.
On the walk back to the car we choose the city wall option as it offered lovely views and was less annoying than passing closed shops! The walls are huge and were built in the Renaissance-era, they were certainly nice to walk along.
Feeling hunger rumbles in our tummy’s we headed back to San ...
... of the woods!!! We had walked past other places to eat but none were as nice.We went back to that original place. Pizzeria Gastronomia. We got a table that overlooked vineyards and the water. Picturesque.
Gnocchi has been on my list so I opted for the chance to get some! Simon was craving fish so he ordered a fried fish mix with chips.
His meal came out just before mine. They both smelt intensely beautiful. My gnocchi looked so plump and glorious, whilst Simon's fried ...
... the way it locks. It overlooks the streets of
Florence. It’s also close to a grocery store and other restaurants and
Back to seeing the Tuscan country side- more farms,
more trees and bodies of water. How can so much beauty be contain in one
country? Pisa is the birth place of Galileo Galelei. The city of
Pisa’s history is pretty colorful. Pisa fought a communal war in 1003
against Lucca ...