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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... with bars and cafes, through plazas with fountains and these massive archways and walkways used like sidewalks. It was what I needed to revive my adventurous side before the thrill of the concert.
Ben. Harper. Need I say more!? I have never been disappointed by seeing Ben Harper live, however, I did skip out on his tour with Relentless 7. hehe. I think this was my 4th or 5th concert with Benny and everytime, I am amazing at how he sounds. Especially in this setting ...
This entry is simply to note that I went to Pisa. To avoid the reservation fee to get to Florence, we took a longer route which took us to Pisa for a quick stop over. We hiked over to the tower, with all our heavy backpacks and everything, got the obligatory picture had some lunch and hopped back on the train. Which was a stresser when it wasn't supposed to be. The train from Pisa ...
... delle Sinopie. Surrounded by lovely grassed areas, and bunched together, beautifully maintained, it all was quite a magnificent sight to see. We spent a lot of time getting "those" poses right (times 5) and then, with an hour and a half to wait before our allotted time to climb the tower, sat down on the steps the Battistero and basked in warming sunshine, Riley and I even stripped down to t-shirts! At 2:15, after checking in our bags, coats etc we were ready ...
... tidied up. Tim's local friends help out at the Casa and came up with proper agricultural equipment to get everything ship shape. Later on we headed out in the Land Rover, we passed a place called Pontecodi and headed up the mountains. Tim knew of a restaurant up in the hills and it had a great view. We hung around taking some pics of the sun going down and then went inside for some top notch food....the local wild boar was something else. We then ...
... spent time taking in some of the top attractions like Tower Guinigi, Palazzo Phanner, Duomo Di San Martino, Piazza San Michele and the shopping street of Via Fillungo. We lingered on Piazza Napoleone for awhile and identified a place to have supper tonight.
You may know that Lucca was the hometown of Puccini and operas are held here regularly. To soak in the atmosphere, we went (on our bikes) to a concert at the Church of San Giovanni tonight to watch "Night of ...