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... and Francesco played the piano for us. What a great time. At about midnight, we told our wonderful hostess that we needed to be getting going, and clamored into Robertos car to head back to the walled city. After many hugs and kisses, we left my sweet friend, and walked the desolate streets back to our hotel. It had been a wonderful night with wonderful friends. If you're reading this Maria,.....THANk YOU so very much, and Ciao Ciao,..kiss, ...
... were eating our gelato. Once we'd finished......they had 3 kids under 10, introduced ourselves and chatted for a while. It was their second time in Lucca, using it as a base to explore the region.
We had contemplated staying on for a Puccini concert but given the black clouds approaching, didn't. A good job, as it subsequently poured. It was hard enough that it definitely affected the patronage at the bar/caffetteria/gelateria opposite. ...
... to see the sky above. When ascending, it felt weird to be naturally drawn to the outside wall of the staircase on the 'low' side, and to the inside wall on the 'high' side, so staggered a few times on this elliptical climb. Then out to the viewing 'deck' which you can walk all of the way around, then still further up a smaller single staircase to reach the bell level at the very top, which you can also walk all the way around. ...
... while the very brash Aussie and American were doing their own “laughing at the others” thing. However, as the afternoon wore on and we were preparing gnocchi and tomatoes to stuff and eggplants and zucchini flowers, we were also sampling the Italian wines. I have found a friend in the Brazilian women who likes me to drink as much as her… which is a lot. Each of those two groups got louder, each trying to be the centre of ...
June 29 Lucca and Pisa
We returned to Levanto and were quietly relieved that the car was where we had left it. Car theft in Italy is an issue and there is always a little doubt in the back of the mind if its going to get broken into, or nabbed.
Navvy was pleased to see us and said she had been doing some thinking while we were away. She drew our attention to the fact that in Europe most ...