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Special day today as Sandra Ladyman's birthday! Decided to go off & explore Lucca. Brekkie was a rather long process. The toaster takes about 15 mins to add a bit of colour to the bread! The coffee percolator had finished at departure time for Lucca. Dario the manager popped in & gave us the name of a few restaurants within the walls that he recommended as well as a wine shop that has a cellar ...
Paul also tested the local supermarket system, blissfully heading into the preferred customer queues and causing chaos. It appears that if you are a "member", you can total your own groceries as you shop, then go through an express payment sytem and exit. Paul was none of these and went nowhere fast. Survived to tell the tale, even returning with the list completed.
On one of our excursions town, into Palazzo Pfanner, ...
Interesting that Massa being I suppose a seaside resort very much had an end-of-season feel to it while only 30 miles away this place is still heaving.
Free afternoon so I started going for a walk round the city walls, as one does. Decided quickly it was a silly idea. Spent my time more usefully booking a hotel in Rome. Just 2 weeks walking to go. Won't be sad to ...
Our tour to Lucca was canceled so we decided to go to Pisa and a Vineyard. We rode out into the countryside through Tuscany. We saw the white topped mountains where the marble is still carved out today. Hilltop towns and villages dotted the fields of sunflowers, vineyards and olive trees. This time we walked through the town and entered the gates to go to the baptistry. It was beautiful and had amazing acoustics ...
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So Wednesday was a full day excursion to Garfagnana, a mountainous region north of Lucca : very very pretty, visiting a family run cheese business where they make ricotta, pecorino, il strachino cheeses...great smells and nice cheeses....then to Fortezza delle Verrucole, a recently restored castle, with a tour in Italiano... And drove back along the Fiume Serchio ( Serchio River) which runs back past Lucca, seeing Il ...