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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... He introduced us to Italian Prosecco and we have come to appreciate a glass of this sparking Italian white wine before dinner.
We hate to leave Lucca not only because it is a lovely town, but also because we were heading to France and leaving Italy. We are sad to say good by to all that we have come to love about Italian culture, food and the people! We are already looking forward to returning someday!
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In the 1700's, it was decided that Lucca needed a reliable clean water supply, as many of the wells in use were contaminated. The new-age designers struggled, such that it took 150 years for the aquaduct to be finally designed, reverting back to the roman standard, and built. 400 arches connected the water cleansing tower to the water holding ...
... over to the Puccini concert which was being staged in the San Giuseppe oratory. We were early and met a nice couple from Michigan and enjoyed chatting with them for a short while before taking our seats. The oratory was a beautiful space and very intimate for a concert. The concert itself included a soprano and a tenor accompanied by a pianist. Tonight's show was Puccini highlights and Napoletana classics and it lasted a ...
... and found a lovely lunch there. The staff were happy to find gf alternatives for me and so proudly produced this beautiful off-menu dessert that I did not have the heart to say I'd rather not eat dairy thanks! T, R and J walked the walls of Lucca and found beautiful statues and conkers which Terry brought back to the villa and prepared for a tournament. He made up the rules and told a bemused Robert that he, Terry, had won! And so to return the car and catch a train to ...
When we arrived in Lucca we walked into the Old Town. We hired bikes and cycled around the wall. Lucca is a walled city and the wall is still intact today. It means you can cycle around the whole wall and look down on the city as you go. After a gelato we dropped our bikes off and wandered around Lucca some more. We had a lovely dinner, washing it down with some local red wine, then headed to bed ready for an action packed day ...