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... roads are not an option when you're riding in Italy.
The weekend was taken up with a walking tour of Lucca; visiting (and tasting) the local food and wine at their annual show; as Lucca is Puccini's birthplace, a Puccini concert (La Rondine) on Saturday night and on Sunday a birthday lunch at one of the restaurants participating in ...
Brilliant blue sky. Cycled into Lucca for market day. Quite a large area inside the walls were dedicated to the stalls, and it took some time to examine what the choices were. Found an easy to wear dress, linen blend, of course. Paul ended up with 2 shirts from the Esprit shop which we'd gone to after the markets.
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... in line. We are off to do our favorite thing, explore the side streets and find a good place for lunch. I am viewing churches while Susan scouts out a place to eat when I come across a wedding. A horse drawn carriage complete with a driver wearing a top hat and formal dress wait outside the church. Two miniature trains are decorated for the guests but the service is still in progress so no bride and groom (and no looking inside the church). As we sit eating our lunch the ...
From Pisa it took about 45 minutes to arrive in the beautiful walled city of Lucca. We had about three hours of free time to explore as much as we could. When we were on the coach the tour guild handed out maps for us to use which he circled keys places to visit. I wasn't really listening because I was having a nap but it was a good job he circled the keys places for us.
Lucca is only a small town with a population ...
... is walled city and is a maze of streets with historic churches, museums, shops and restuarants, wine bars etc - quite fascinating and beautiful in the old Italian style.
On the first day in Lucca, we actually caught the train back to Florence to meet with Deb and John Ballarine - we were looking forward to catching up, as we had had a few days, were we felt like we were losing a bit of holiday momentum and really needed a catch up with some friends. We ...