Relais San Lorenzo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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we started on our bus ride to Lucca! the buses they have us travel on are always sooo nice! After an hour and a half bus ride we arrived to Lucca to do a tour of the historical part of the city. It was beautiful, very similar to Florence but a bit less car traffic. There are still walls from the 1200s that surround the historical city, but the city of Lucca ...
... straight toward the tourist office. I'm not sure if this was the best place to get a bike as I'm sure that they charged tourist prices. But you have to love a place where the guy renting out the bikes corrects you and points you to a smaller bike, yeah that one, the one you are pretty sure is meant for kids.
But that was fine as now my feet could now reach the ground. David and I asked the tourist guy if we needed ...
Woke up to heavy rains which fortunately cleared by the time we finished breakfast - coffee, orange juice and a sweet pastry. God knows how these Italian women stay so slim!
Our first stop after breakfast was to climb to the top of the dome of the Duomo, Santa Maria del Fiore, a climb of 414 steps.. It had a 360 degree view of Florence at the top. I was not expecting a clear view because of the overcast weather, however ...
Lucca is deceptive. It may not overwhelm you to begin with, except perhaps for those walls. After a one day trip you may leave thinking you have seen it.... stay a few days more & you begin to feel that you haven't seen it at all. Stay a little longer & you may discover, as others have, that a lifetime has gone by & you are still looking!!
The chiming church bells are again starting our day & informing us of the time!! During ...
... up his hands and turned his back and walked away. The other one tried to understand our situation and listened. The owner and the girl at the counter spoke to the policeman in Italian. The cashier waved 20 euros and said that it was her money and she would give it to us ( probably to shut us up as the shop had Zai number if people in it. We thanked the policeman a fad cashier and hotfooted out of town. However, we still had no ...