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Travel Blogs from Lucca
... The drive up takes your breath away and once the car is parked we stand for such a long time just taking in the panoramic view. This town has great shopping and so we decide to separate, Paul and I in one direction and Kathy and Marilyn in another. We spend a lot of time going into the many different shops. We make wine purchase of San Gimignano Chianti, and a few other purchases. I have searched out a place for lunch on Trip Advisor, ...
... music performed by a professional orchestra. The performance was held in a a very old church, great acoustics but very hard benches, in the old walled city. Puccini wrote such things as Madame Butterfly and la Boheme among many others. Our performance was devoted to the music of Johann and Josef Strauss. It was an impressive experience finished with a drive home under a Tuscan ...
... with her friends living in Fremantle. She had been to Cottesloe often and had even had lunch at Vans. How amazing is that??
After I returned my bike, I dawdled back to my room as its dark, wet and a little unnerving really. I don't really like this area at all and best to be in before nightfall. There's no problems I'm sure but best to be safe since no one in the whole world has a clue where I am..... Wierd feeling really!
... teachers. We had a visit to Puccini's summer house at Torre del Lago, 'hands in' cooking lessons & how to play Italian card games, Italian movies (no subtitles) and tour of the original local produce stores, Puccini's home/now museum & monuments/churches from a local point of view - very interesting. Noel didn't participate in the lessons so he just joined in our social activities and traditional apertivi - plus enjoyed the company of our new found ...
... rain and all). We entered the walled city via San Pietro's gate and wondered around and window shopped before we stopped to eat. The streets are narrow and ancient. The structures are intact since Lucca was never bombed in the war.
The next day we walked around the wall - on top of it actually, It's a wide shady paved path around the whole town, five kilometers. It is a lovely renaissance ...
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