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The shopping mission was at least partially successful, as they returned mid-afternoon with some nice prints and other souvenirs of Lucca. While walking around, they happened upon a few interesting sights, not the least of which was a rather bizarre museum dedicated to implements of torture! However, as far as I was concerned, the most impressive thing about their journey today was their ability to navigate the tortuous array of streets ...
... by a Lucchese silk merchant who was murdered by his wife’s lover. What a passionate start! The gardens were gorgeous – we loved the water features, the grotto and the beautiful flowers. It is now owned by the Torrigiani family or whoever they married into. They have links to Belgian royalty and rich acquaintances of course. After a lovely walk around the grounds including the wine cellar we had a tour ...
We went to Lucca yesterday to walk through the old walled village which is full of exquisite little shops and buildings, from deli`s to shoe shops to clothing and a million ice cream shops and coffee shops. As it was my birthday and my fantasy was to do just this, I managed to find beautiful shoes and ate a perfect workers lunch. We walked to the top of the tower of Lucca and looked down at all the ...
... when they ring for a long time we have even started singing a tune to the bell music - yeh who would figure! We have moved into our other apartment Casa Bella (beautiful house) in a different part of the old town - only 500 years old..... and we had Chris & David Kilmartin to help us move which was very helpful especially with all the stairs (& no lift). We have lots of space to spread out & enjoy with our friends this month! We have ...
... up there with the top things we'd seen and done so far. This natural, shear cliff face amphitheatre which marks the border between Spain and France is simply breathtaking. The amphitheatre stands 2000 odd metres, with a number of waterfalls (one falling 420m) and snow all over the place. Lindsay said you get bigger one is the NT. Words can't really describe this place, suffice to say we were surprised we were the only ones there, and shocked that such natural beauty is being missed ...