- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We live about 2 miles outside Lucca and on a few occasions, have taken the car to a supermercato about 1 mile from the city, parked there, and walked the rest. Just around the corner and on the way, we found a lovely 'pasticerria', (a cake shop) and have been unable to walk past it without stopping there for a cappuccino and a brioche or something similar. This is essentially to be found in a straight line from our apartment, ...
... my feet to sink into the beautiful warm sand as you walk, with the occasional touch of cold sand as you get nearer to the water. This sensation is lost on Italians. It is more, take off your thongs and lose your feet to the peril of the large stones that await the destruction of your ankles, soles and toes. I was forever catching my toes and rolling my ankle on the ridiculously large rocks. Not to mention the fact that the stones are waiting to burn your feat. They are so hot! So ...
... which hosts an oak tree at the top. No explanation on why it’s there, but it served for the great panoramic scenes from the new camera Randy got me. That’s number 3 for me, if you’re keeping track, or 4 if you count the little one he got as a pocket model for himself, but that he never uses. Not much scandal other than the number of $20’s we invest on cameras, just a lovely weekend enjoying the food, wine, culture and ...
... the magnificent Seafood pasta…it was a lovely dinner but we were all far too full…so we promised ourselves, from now on, we wouldn’t over do it…(like that was going to happen). Anyway, we finished up about 11.30 and left G&J to go back to their hotel and we walked back to Brunella.
G&J definitely brought the good sunny weather with them from Perth…the temperature seems to have changed basically overnight. We both know that Greg ...
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I got caught at the door of the Duomo for my exposed shoulders but was able to unfurl my scarf into an acceptably modest shawl. (They will provide a humiliating blue paper sack cloth to wear for those unable to comply on their own.) The Duomo is chiefly regarded for its size and the exterior of alternating bands of green and cream marble, which ...