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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... rescued us & told us the fine had been paid! 45 minutes later we emerged from the Post Office. Another experience! Dinner was had in a lovely outdoor restaurant facing the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella. Pasta & a glass of red wine! Cos we are not quite over pasta yet! Never over red wine! Early night as the next day was a travelling day to Athens! More adventures & more new experiences to ...
... cycle around, even more than once on the walls if we want exercise, all with minimal effort.
Popped across the road to our local bar for an aperitif. We'd observed the locals in and out, a popular custom. In fact, the locals go in and out all day, starting with their morning expresso and stopping on the way home for an aperitif and antipasti. For us, one beer, one red wine, 2 prosecco and antipasti, all for €8.
... in the bathroom in the hope of drying before morning. One of those funny moment mixed with a sense of relief. Barga is one of the many hilltop towns in our area but it is known for its large walled "old" city. Which dates back to medieval times. Our little group spent two hours prowling the narrow and winding cobbled streets and alleys which wound among the tightly packed ...
... windows watching the crowds gathering and people occupying the steps and vantage points where possible.
We met at the statue of Puccini where we had a drink and then the group of about 12 moved on to another bar/resturant called Stella Polaris. There we had another drink with aperitiv while Marina explained the meaning of the festival and how very important it was. Of course it was totally in Italian, so I am now ...
... whereas Pisa's major features were well known. Lucca is quite 'unrenovated' compared to some of the other major towns and cities in Italy. This gives it a natural charm - an old, predominantly medieval, walled city seemingly unprepared for visitors; history as it is. And I think this is the attraction of Lucca. It is more of a historical town than a religious one. The influences from Roman times can ...