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Travel Blogs from Reggello
... hemmed as most of it was from Florentine Churches. We finished at the art gallery just after 11. Brad and Unre were really for lunch so we headed back across the river. We crossed on one of the new bridges next to the old, famous one, which meant we could get some good photos of it. By now the sun was out and it was really hot. We had sandwiches near the dinner square from last night. They were good but no match on yesterday's. We followed ...
... on the old wall Stopping to walk around the city See the Piaza which still has signs of an old Roman amphitheatre Have a not so great lunch in a really great location Tour the Cathedral And underneath where one can see the remnants of the old Roman City There are ruins under all of Lucca Pillars and tools and pieces of mosaic floors Time is running out So we head back to the wall Bike the entire circle And return to Firenze With time to rest Before dinner at ...
... happened..... After about another ten minutes we finally see the reserved queue starting to move, so we are now very hopeful. About another ten minutes and our entrance is open. We are extra pleased as we had take away cappuccino and croissant for breakfast long ago and the bladders are feeling the pressure. Hooray, we get in and buy our tickets. After a quick trip to the toilet, we head on in. First up is the original plaster cast of Giambologna's "Rape of the ...
... who had also written many books that David and I had read. I think Shane thought we were mad, but he joined us in the walk through the gardens, past the tennis courts and along the country lane and voila there was the house. And the proof even again with a notice tacked to the front gate.
finally we left for the finally journey to ...
... amp; last I'll ever have. Well I actually drank Grant's as well. And that my friends was the biggest mistake of my life (with the exception of my ex husband). I now understand why Grant will never touch tequila. The night became a blur. Grant found his way back to our hotel dragging me along with him. One tequila....two tequila.....floor! I rode the porcelain bus for the rest of the night. I have never been so sick before. Grant reckons I was ...
Other places to stay in Reggello
Localita Piazza, 100, Reggello | 4 star hotelfrom $126
Via Alessandro Manzoni 76, Reggello | 4 star hotelfrom $135
Via Prulli 103/B , Reggello | Hotelfrom $109
Piazza Giorgio Amendola, 4, Reggello | 4 star hotelfrom $112
Piazza Potente, 26, Reggello | Hotelfrom $100
Piazza Amendola 272, Reggello | 3 star hotelfrom $134