- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
Rebecca has continued on with us but we farewelled Sam and Ange yesterday. Sam is off mountain biking and Ange back to London to work and change flat. We caught the train here and walked to our small hotel RELAIS INN LUCCA inside the huge city wall. Only intact walled city. The wall is huge 23 metres across at the base. There are trees growing on top. This morning we hired bikes and rode the wall, down the avenues of ...
... was yesterday - but I have written about that drive. This morning, after breakfast, we headed down towards the beach in Nice. Even at. 9.30am the sun was searingly hot and people were flocking to the beach. We then walked along the main promenade for a few kilometres and came across the Nice fresh food market and bought ourselves the most delicious peaches. As usual, I was pre-occupied with the quality of the tomatoes and took more photos ...
... alleys throughout. There was a church in the centre of the town that was black and white striped. Although beautiful my feelings toward Genova are tainted by absinth. Next a very difficult two train rides (absinth related) we arrived in Tuscany, Italy in a little town called Lucca. This town is surrounded by a wall (almost in its original form) that was used by the military although now its a walking track. The ...
... but as I didn't know much about his life, the beautifully presented documents and intriguing comments about Elvira wrongly accusing one of the maids of having an affair with Giacomo...was an intriguing snippet to be researched. It turns out Elvira left her dastardly husband for Puccini; they had a son Antonio together; Puccini was pretty good at having affairs on the side, and it was not the maid but her sister that he actually had an affair with! the poor maid ...