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So today we decided to head to the coast to the Tuscan beach resort of Viarreggio. Apparently this was a very fashionable resort for Italians in the 20s. I guess you had to be there at the time!! One thing we have learnt on our travels is to get there early to avoid the crowds and heat. It all got a bit stressful this morning just trying to get onto the beach. We are so used to Zakynthos where you pull up alongside a quite cove or if we ...
So that was an exciting ordeal. The ticket machine did not work. So I went looking for another place to buy a ticket. Luckily, or unluckily, I found a little old Italian lady who did not speak English, (nor can I speak Italian) and she wanted to help. She put me on the bus and the bus driver knew I did not have a ticket. I thought I was all ready to go, when the bus doors would ...
... big green bells and even better views. You don't get very long up there as they herd you down after about 10 minutes, but it was enough.
Having enjoyed our visit to this famous monument we headed back to the station, stopping for gelato on the way. We caught the train at 4:32pm which took one hour to get back - this train stopped a few times, so took longer. Again, a very comfy train, can't fault it.
Whilst I would have quite liked ...
... the chocolate shops of Monsummano, to the east of Lucca. Meanwhile, Olivia and Lydia appeared to do nothing but sleep and sit by the pool!
After various requests we had decided to make an outing to the seaside, although due to the heat we left our departure time until mid-afternoon. Viareggio, about 20 miles north of Pisa, looked like a good bet, and we set Chris's satnav to take us there on a route which avoided the motorway. And an interesting route it ...
... to bring home. Mary & Tracey caught up on the washing. (i definitely was all for not doing much, i really just sat, read, played sudoku and generally took it easy)
Late afternoon we all got ourselves cleaned up and made our way for Dinner at ‘Bottega di Cose Buone’… oh my God!!! Are we ever going to learn ???? As usual the quantities that they dished up at the Bottega was verging ...