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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... custard Cannolini and when into the piazza drove about 10 Ferrari's. The boys enjoyed getting their photos taken with them. We walked up the Guinigi Tower which has oak trees at the top and wonderful views of the town. As we strolled through the quaint streets we noticed amazing chocolate shops and bakeries to tempt - like many of these Italian ...
... and comments I have come across have interested me. Our B&B is also supposed to be really quirky; small but friendly. Well the ride was up down, round and round, twisty windy and scarily close to fences, walls, people and parked cars. After about a half an hour (half way) I was decidedly crook and thinking I may embarrass myself by throwing up! Luckily it didn't happen. Como came eventually and while we were waiting for our train a beautiful red ...
... plus the house he was born in. Apparently the people of Lucca didn't much care for Puccini while he was alive. Most of the bourgeois Lucchese society were quite unwilling to accept the rising of a genius coming from the middle-lower class. We found Chiesa San Frediano (the church with the beautiful mosaics out the front) because I had read there was the mummified body of Santa Zita, who died in 1272 and was known as the patron saint of maids and servants, ...
... on the video. We also went to the cathedral which was majestic. Then we took pictures and shopped for kitchen clothes, leather and such inside the square and outside in the village. Back to the bus we headed to the countryside again to go to a vineyard which makes its own wines, olive oil and basalmic vinegar. They only make for their restaurant and business and do not sell outside of that. We were served ...
... I complete my bike ride around the wall, then meet at 5pm for a tour of the city focussing on food shops... We sample gelato, buccellato, focaccia, and the local liqueur biadina...our guide spoke in Italian, and I followed about a half of what she said! But fantastic checking out some of the old established shops. She emphasized that Lucca had been very self ...