Hotel Villa La Reggia
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... rescued us & told us the fine had been paid! 45 minutes later we emerged from the Post Office. Another experience! Dinner was had in a lovely outdoor restaurant facing the Basilica of Santa Maria Novella. Pasta & a glass of red wine! Cos we are not quite over pasta yet! Never over red wine! Early night as the next day was a travelling day to Athens! More adventures & more new experiences to ...
Spent the next couple of days getting to know the basics of Lucca. As many of you know, Lucca is a walled city. However, these walls are unique to Lucca. The current walls are the third built since the township was first developed, and took over 100 years to be completed. The top of the walls are wide enough for a (bigger than your average Italian) road, plus avenues of trees. At 11 points around the 4.2km perimiter are Baluardo, protruding areas ...
The Novatel provided a warm shower and comfortable bed for the night we spent in Florence. Our group arrived at the train station to catch the Fqst train up to Milan where we picked up our car for our month in Italy. Brent had been good enough to book our tickets so once we figured out the process, we were on the Fast Train to Milan. And I say Fast! At one time we saw the speed edge up towards 299 kph. It didn't take long at all to scream by Bologna and arrive in ...
... wiser but I did decipher that the procession of this Jesus is of a darker skinned Jesus, who arrived somewhere by boat (certainly not Lucca!) and that is why all the lights....... to light the way. I may have got the translation a little wrong, but the Jesus was certainly dark skinned.
It was beautiful and very slow. The crowds were about 5 to 10 people deep and apart from the bands and the hoopla most of the crowd ...
... had great views from the top which was a hot climb up 207 steps!! After that we wandered around the cathedral and after a couple of stops at other compulsory stops (womens clothes shops) we went to a small cafe for lunch. After lunch we then wandered back to the cars and after a prolonged stop at the supermarket ended back at the villa for a late afternoon swim and ...