Hotel Residence Esplanade
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... the free beach, then into the water for a swim. Initially ************e was in then all of a sudden, everyone was. Siesta time ?
Quite happy on the beach and would have stayed longer, but going to a free jazz concert on one of the baluardos. Home, showered, changed, out the door, and cycled into Lucca for the advertised start, 18.00. Nothing happening, and no sign of any potential ...
... blues from the sky and the water with the natural green tones from the abundant grasslands.
After our lovely little exploration of this village, we headed for the train station to go to Riomaggiore.
All the villages are so unique in their own little ways. You think they all look so similar in photos, but when you see them in reality you notice how different they all actually are.
Riomaggiore greeted us with even hotter sun and a road to climb. We walked past ...
... and nun wore either red stockings, or a garter, and their hassocks or dresses were slit up to thigh level. The Sarkozy float included Angela Merkel in S&M chains and nothing else, sitting astride a cannon. Time to go back to school for that art appreciation course. It might help me interpret the message over boobs, butts, and blaring music.
The next day we went to the walled city of Lucca, birth place to the ...
... as well and doing some shopping at the markets.
There was a bit of confusion as to what time Greg & Jacinta were actually arriving in Lucca. It was lucky that Mary checked the train timetable on arriving back at Brunella, after receiving a text from them, as we realized they were only 20 mins away...
We quickly put our coats back on and took off for the station. Half way there it was obvious that they were going to beat us …so I left Mary at her ...
... Tuscany. Our seven-room apartment is quite palatial – 15- foot ceilings adorned with 16th century frescos, a wood table in the dining room large enough for a party of 12, air conditioning and a bathtub worthy of a Medici. The promised WiFi doesn’t work however and Vince is quite disgusted that we have to connect to the Internet with a cord. Our apartment faces into the Piazza San Giovanni, home to the deconsecrated San Giovanni Church. ...