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... authentic. We reached the main piazza in Lucca, the Piazza Anfiteatro which is on the site of a Roman amphitheatre. It was time for our first coffee/green tea of the day and time to load the photos from Peter's camera into the iPad, ready for posting on this travel blog. We continued to follow Rick Steves' walking tour (quite a challenge with all the narrow winding streets and alleyways) and arrived at one of his recommended restaurants for a light lunch. We each had Piatto ...
... the Last Supper. His painting has a vertical table, instead of horizontal which invites the viewer to sit down and join the meal. No matter where you stand in the church, it feels like Jesus is looking straight at you. Another interesting feature is this depiction shows women at the table. There is even 1 woman nursing her infant which symbolizes the circle of life.
Dana and I light another candle ...
... br> Our landlady and her husband are lovely people, and are becoming very good friends. They came over on Saturday morning to help us with our residence application, of which more on another occasion, and we got talking about leisure activities. It turns out that Fabrizio goes swimming regularly and before we knew what had happened, Ali had agreed to meet him in town at 8.45 this morning to check out the local baths. This meant he had to be up at 8, not what ...
... to Arrive at 10:45 and the last train was at 10:30, and the next one was at 5:30. AWESOME, right?
So we get to Parma thinking something has to be open until 12 or 1 we'll just buy coffee and sit and then go wait at the train station. We get there and everything was closing, and the train station was open and filled with homeless people. We decided to sit at the train station then venturing out too much further. Four, VERY American looking girls ...
... the natural disaster that had occurred or the walking path closures…
We left Levanto and headed to our first of Italy’s three big tourist attractions – Pisa and its leaning tower. We had been told that the tower is Pisa’s only attraction and that you can visit there in about 30 minutes if you need to. We gave the town the benefit of the doubt and made the effort to wander around the old city area and even across the river ...