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... of the group for a coffee and a break.
Then onto the shopping street where I bought my scarf and a meander through town to the walls of the city.
Back on the bus to Pisa, which Neil and I weren't looking forward to. However so much more organised than we went last time three or four years ago. Antonia got us a train to take us into the Duomo square which was much more pleasant than fighting our way through the numerous traders and tourists on the way ...
... we walked along the wall a little to go the Cathedral – I saw it all again and extra stuff – it is truly beautiful. Then after a yummy cappuccino and torta di riso (best yet) we ambled along and eventually went to the Domus Romana of Lucca. This great archaeological museum (only 3 euros) is a privately owned home which when excavated they discovered the Roman ruins. We ...
... straight toward the tourist office. I'm not sure if this was the best place to get a bike as I'm sure that they charged tourist prices. But you have to love a place where the guy renting out the bikes corrects you and points you to a smaller bike, yeah that one, the one you are pretty sure is meant for kids.
But that was fine as now my feet could now reach the ground. David and I asked the tourist guy if we needed ...
The day started with breakfast at the local bar - coffee and pastry. Breakfast was followed by a meander around Lucca until our train trip to Pisa. The train was covered by graffiti which I doubt was commissioned. Serious artistic opportunities for our Perth street artists to display their talents on the Lucca/Pisa regional train.
Took the obligatory photos of the Leaning Tower ...
... or maybe some people to meet in Lucca next year. Either way or anyway, it's just awesome to meet people from different parts of the world.
We all parted company at 11pm after having had beautiful food and wine, lovely company and great conversation. It was raining and quiet when we stepped outside the restaurant, so we all put up our umbrellas and parted company for our own little pads. All is good!!