Lucca B&B La Colonna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Today we left Rome and headed towards our next destination of Lucca with a whistle stop at Pisa on the way. After the 10kms we walked in Rome it was nice to sit down for a while. Doug and I were lucky enough to be sitting near the front of the bus so we had a great view of the country side as we drove into Tuscany. The sunflowers had been harvested already but there was the occasional field of dead sunflowers. There were oodles of olive trees and cypress trees ...
... stamps. We then moved to the bike shop, rented bikes and headed off on the circle of the wall! It was really fun riding up there! We saw a playground and stopped, the boys played while mark and I sat down and drank the beers we bought earlier at the piazza. The ice cream man came along, and let me tell you, it was real,delicious gelato, not that freezer burned spongebob Popsicle **** with the gumball eye that the comes around selling at Garfield ...
... shop, etc etc and we ended up at a lovely bar where for euro 5 I had a Mojito and any amount of food on the bar that I wanted. There was 8 of us who stayed for drinks and it was fantastic to meet some people and have a chat. There were 3 from American, Annette, her husband Andy, another Andy, Eve from Britain and two other girls from Austria. Even on the third ask I didn’t quite get their names but they were all interesting and very lovely. There was another ...
... what we needed after walking all day to go and buy some provisions. Grabbed our things, went to the garage to grab a couple of bikes, only to find that they were all gone, obviously being used by the other guests who had the same idea...damn it, more walking.
Our quest for a local supermarket went unfulfilled and after 45 minutes of walking around, we gave up, went home and got ready for dinner. Provisions will have to wait until the morning when the bikes are hopefully ...
... a view to have ourselves a picnic lunch. We had leftover cheeses, pesto, prosciutto and crackers from last night. The sun was shining and it was a perfect spot for a picnic. We then biked into the old town and started exploring its narrow cobbled lane ways. This place is exactly as you would picture a little Italian town to be. You can easily imagine it in medieval times. We biked to Piazza San Michele, one of the main squares, and bought ourselves a gelato. Even with the ...