Relais San Lorenzo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... gallery and a place of some pretty fine marble work. Couple of things stood out in the macabre! 1) the body, wrapped in cloth of an11th century saint in on display in a glass crypt 2) there is a little miniature glass crypt behind a timber frame and when you look closely it actually has a human skull and bones arranged in the 'skull and cross bones' design. 3) just the sheer size of this empty space! Impressive. Note at ...
... the Golden Arches across the street.. Ok fine, we will give in, We went to over to McDonalds. A pretty shady area being next to the train station... We got a table by the door, and I smartly put all of our suitcases completely under the table so no one could grab and run with them. I went to order, and got pancakes for the boys, as well as sausage mcmuffins, hoping they would at least eat the sausage since the egg was fried, and a no go for ...
Oh I've had a great day!
Lucca still doesn't win me over, but I have loved my Italian class and I really enjoyed the afternoon and evening.
The Italian class is great. I love using my brain, and its pretty intense for 4 hours apart from the 20 minutes break for espresso and brioche. We now have 2 gum chewing gals in the class and I have made friends with all of them, especially Annette from America. And the funny thing ...
... noticed about Lucca is how hot it is. We thought as we moved further North the heat would subside somewhat, but it feels to be getting hotter and hotter and today was no exception.
Out train trip to Pisa was pleasant enough, air conditioned carriages and only a 10 minute walk to the Tower, thank goodness, as the heat disembarking from the train hit you like a Kate Sergeant command on a Saturday morning, it was harsh.
As expected there were crowds of people, but ...
... Jazz in Piazza San Michele, plenty of wall walking, we attempted a visit to Cinque Terre but weather too rough for the ferry so a beautiful day in Porto Venere - Keith had to have a swim in the Ligurian sea. Time for some girlie shopping (about time) ....... and Jenni's case arrived (no sign of Keith's)!! Jenni & I had a fabulous cooking lesson up in the hills/mountains with Graziano in his Ristorante a Palazzo .... 5 courses, vino, interesting conversation ...