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Lucca - Fun Stuff for teen agers and their parents

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We are staying at a beautiful villa on the hillside near Lucca with our kids and their kids for 2 weeks...grand kids range in age from 10 - 19 one of whom is a 16 year old boy. None have been to Italy. I'm becoming very nervous about helping them (kids and grandkids) discover Italy in a way that is exciting and fun and lives up to everything I've been telling them! The difficult part is that we have to be there because of the kids school schedules during the heat and tourist times...Florence, could be a disaster for those who don't like CROWDS. I'd love to hear any and all idea re. where in that area we might visit, great places to walk/hike, beaches and, of course restaurants.
Thanks in advance to all who respond here! Giannetta

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