La Musa Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and it led to this awkward scene where I, who speaks no Italian and the bus driver, who speaks no English while driving the bus in an entirely enclosed in a plastic casing, had to finagle this. By the grace of the elderly Italian woman in the front seat, she helped me figure it out through hand gestures. It was the sweet young woman in the seat next to me, and all without understanding each others language, that helped me figure out where to get off. It was at ...
... exhibit and upon closer examination, it was a botany/arbor sale or exhibit. We left that to others and meandered back toward the old town center. We found a WWII American appreciation re-enactment of the liberation of Lucca...pretty cool! There were soldiers, motorcycles, jeeps, trucks, etc. We listened to an elderly gentleman being interviewed and he explained that they were very thankful to the Americans in liberating them ...
... and sunbaking bodies of all ages. Feeling a little vulnerable about leaving my passport to have a swim, but may try tomorrow as its supposed to get up to 30 degrees according to the taxi driver. Heard that Pete's arrived and has met Steve. Wifi problems tonight, so not sure when i will post this. Nice quiet night and not too much scheduled tomorrow.
... in terms of distance. I was all set to tackle the last two legs of the trail, being assured that the most difficult bit was behind me and the remaining portion was much more level. However, the trail was closed for the remainder of the way. I took that to mean my day on the trails was done, not even dreaming to attempt the more difficult inland route that led up over the mountains and back into the next village.
... square we decided to call it a day. The train station and platforms were packed and we had to wait quite a long time for our train back to Deiva Marina. Back at the campsite they had not had much rain but that was about to change. At about 4pm a continous heavy downpour started that was to last 23 hours, saturate the campsite and change our plans. For dinner we shared a pizza in the campsite bistro and then heated some soup while standing in the shelter of ...