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... called Cinque Terre. We opted to have Lucca as a home base from which to launch our day trips because the accommodations were more reasonable and the location was central to the two places.
What we didn't plan on was that we'd enjoy the town of Lucca so much! Lucca is a beautiful, small medieval town, complete with a wall encircling the city. It was a welcomed slower pace than the hustle and bustle of Naples. The town of Lucca was clean, quaint and just ...
... and our favourite, the city walls.
Palazzo Orsetti, Chisea di Santa Maria Corteorlandini (service in progress), a random walled garden off via del Loreto, Real Collegio, Basilica di S. Frediano (closed) and off to Piazza S. Salvatore for coffee.
Inside the Real Collegio were ...
... Answer is: "In a heartbeat!" "Was I ever afraid or felt threatened?" Not for a minute - even when my iPad was stolen there was so much support and caring that the threat seemed minimal in comparison. "Where/when is the next adventure?" There are many places and cultures out there in our big world to explore. The next year will be spent saving for an extensive trip on the East Coast of Canada with dear friends from Australia. After than, who knows where the winds will ...
... came to spend a few days with us as she is living in the UK. We visited Montacatini Terme (once again) then the furnicular up to Alto Montacatini - great view. Brinelle enjoys photography so she enjoyed the monuments & historical churches of Lucca and finished her visit with a bit of retail therapy..... we had a lovely few days together. Next was a fabulous adventure day to discover the abandoned Moroccan palace at Reggello - Castello di Sammezzano. In 38 degree ...
... and I can't miss out on my pasta so I combined the 2 and had gnocchi with prawns in tomato and cream sauce...mmmmm....yum! we walked along a path after wandering through the lanes and alleys of Monterosso and found a beautiful creek running down the hillside into the town. The path took us past homes on the hillside and people tending vege ...