Al Cortile di Cleo

Via San Donato 983, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy | B&B
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A travel blog entry by vmckinley11


After trying to visit Pisa a few days ago, we wanted to return with more time. With a map this time, we headed to Piazza del Duomo. We had to carry all of our stuff so that was interesting but we found somewhere to eat on the way for a rest. We got pizza in Pisa! :) Once we got to the piazza, we were laughing to ourselves because so many tourists (probably American) had their ...

Checking out the Neighbourhood!

A travel blog entry by rdumler


It is amazing how a good night's sleep clears the brain - We spent the day getting organized. First and foremost was getting some food into the house which became challenging as very few stores are open on Sundays. We had to travel down to Lucca to find a grocery store. Shopping in a foreign country where one does not know the language is interesting. It took us 20 minutes to identify and purchase laundry soap. Thank goodness one brand though to put pictures on their ...

Eating Eating and Eating

A travel blog entry by perri


... a very short period of time.

Class finishes at 1pm and when we push open these huge wooden doors we run smack bang into the students from the high school down the road, who also finish school to go home for lunch. There are kids everywhere and I love it. I walk with them into Lucca to get something to eat for lunch and walk back to my apartment for a quick catch up with my family on the phone or email.

I returned to school at ...

A day in Lucca

A travel blog entry by ethansamjencol


Today we piled into the cars and drove to Lucca which is about a half hours drive away. Its a small walled town. We parked outside the town and walked in. After a brief stop at the information office we then walked through the town looking at shops. Ethan and Colin had a gelato because it was bloody hot and after downing that we climbed the highest tower in the town. The ...

The Cinque Terre - walks all closed ...

A travel blog entry by kirksontour


... Cinque Terre. The footpaths between all the villages were closed, all the hotels were closed and probably 90 per cent of the shops and restaurants too. The place was as quiet as a mouse and with the grey skies, the colourful buildings didn't show their postcard beauty as they wanted to. However, we were determined to give it our best. We got the train to the next village, Vernazza, which has a lovely steep path from the train station to the little bay. The road was filled ...

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