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... Sue stayed with the cases and I went to examine the buses parked up the street. Spotting a guy in uniform, I asked him which bus went to Lucca and he pointed to one behind him with 'LUCCA' emblazoned across the front.
Don't you hate it when that happens?
Grabbing Sue, we ran up the street to queue next to it, along with a group of English who were also trying to find it.
... christ, saints and angels and the bottom corners with references to purgatory, however it is worth a walk right up as far as you can get to the altar and look at the other side. There is a winged, horned, devil and the complete reference to hell. Of course we managed to get our way into an appropriate position for the view. So tonight, we have have gone to this little family restaurant, we ordered a 1.2kg tbone, we ordered some house wine ...
One hour west of Montespertoli ( near our Villa ) lies Lucca. An extremely well maintained intact "walled City". Lucca has its origins dating back to the Etruscans before the Romans settled there in 180 BC
Most of its streets are wide, unlike many other walled cities.
... pointed out the interesting architecture of the Milan train station. It is very impressive in it's 1928 Art Deco style. Apparently the stations design and construction was during Mussolini's period - a grand statement in its time. We connected to a shuttle that took us up to the airport where we, in turn picked up our vehicle, a Peugeot Teepee. It is an excellent car for our purposes although perhaps a little larger than most of the cars on the road. This is ...
... 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, ...