Relais San Lorenzo
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- Continental Breakfast
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... pretend to be opera buffs but, oh my, the acoustics of the church were amazing and the performances wonderful. When the tenor finished with Nessun dorma, the applause was deafening. What a treat. We are becoming more Italian by the day as we then went out to dinner with some of our fellow travellers - at 9pm!!
Time for bed before a full day at Cinque Terre tomorrow. Buona Notte.
... revered wooden crucifix (Volto Santo), plus the elaborate memorial tomb of the bride of a wealthy Guinigi silk baron; strolled along the Via Fillungi, a street lined with elegant shops; viewed the magnificent facade of the Basilica di San Frediano; caught a glimpse of the medieval wall that once furnished protection from marauders, but nowadays forms a circular promenade enjoyed by walkers, joggers and cyclists; and viewed ...
... back looking at shops, bought yummy biscuits, pan forte as a gift for the Rimini people and finally Craig bought himself some stuff – two new pairs of shoes – seem great – some slip on types and winter walking ones. The traffic on the way out was crazy but I waved my hands at the cars and they let us in – yes we are becoming Italian. Lovely day – will miss Lucca. ...
... see and vaguely recognize the next village across. Then we travelled by train to the 3rd village and walked around the 3rd village was the nicest out of the three that we visited. We also got a rather nice ice-cream before heading home. We are going to Rome next. By for now, from Hannah.
... seats and they were so close to us, that when they sang, their voices were so strong, that the vibration went straight through us. They were accompanied on a baby grand piano by a gorgeous, young, brilliant, Italian pianist. What a concert! We had dinner at a restaurant called Orti as it was recommended to us by the hotel concierge as being one that serves authentic Lucchese food - the meal was good but not as good as the one we had last night. Another busy day ...