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... by a Philipino priest who spoke great English and had a great sense of humour. He was talking about how the Barbarians desecrated the tombs centuries ago, looking for valuables amongst the gravesites, when someone asked him, who, exactly, were the Barbarians. He said political correctness, privacy issues and cultural sensitivities prevented him from answering that but he could say with certainty they weren't from the Phillipines. The catacombs were amazing and they went ...
... non stop even on the bus. She is a lovely little lady but I think we need to strap her to Doug's back so he can walk and she can snap to her heart's delight.
My feet and legs have become quite swollen and I'm not sure if it's from the heat or some bites on my legs. It could also be all the carbs or alcohol that I wouldn't normally have. All I can do is put my feet up for as long as possible at night. Tomorrow we are off to Siena and then Firenze..can't wait.
Hi S3T, I am now in Lucca. Lucca is a small town in Tuscany. It used (and still does) have walls surrounding it as it was it's own self-governing, independent city-state although it was only self-governing for 500 years before Napoleon put his sister in charge. Lucca was very interesting and fun. On the 1st full day that we had ...
... the booster for our ailing coffers!
Lucca is famous for, amongst other reasons, its intact Renaissance-era city walls which surround the old city, outside the walls is a sea of grass.
It's very beautiful, peaceful, and lacking the maddening crowds of Florence.
Lucca is also famous for hosting the annual Lucca Summer Festival.
The 2013 edition sees Neil Young, Mark Knopfler, The Killers, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, 30 seconds to Mars, Sigur Ros, and others play live ...
Okay true believers, you heard one part of the Pisa story, here is the rest. As you read previously I set off to find the Pharmacia we saw a vague sign for. I wound my way back around the entrance to the square and backtracked looking for the sign. I found it easily enough and set out in that direction. Oh, oh!! Now I had to pee, damn it! Asking for a bathroom or a w c is much harder in a foreign language ...