Al Tondone

Address: Via di Fontanella 663, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy | B&B
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        Travel Blogs from Lucca

        Puccini and Lucca

        A travel blog entry by domergio on Nov 06, 2015

        3 comments, 22 photos

        ... s Bridge.  This bridge dates back to around 1100. It was built to help people cross the Serchio river to get to Rome. It is considered a medieval technological marvel. The day ended with some World War II stories where the town of Lucca was saved from destruction by people from the town convincing the Allies who had landed in southern Italy and made their way to Lucca, that there were no Germans in the area. Instead the Nazis ...

        The Cinque Terre

        A travel blog entry by stuart.e-h on Jun 21, 2015

        7 photos

        ... to catch home, with connections to make and we did not want to spend the night anywhere other than in our own apartment - once bitten, twice shy!

        The walk from the station to the marina had been all down hill, so when we got back to La Spezia, we jumped in a cab and were driven back to the station. ...

        Day 1 - I'd Forgotten How Easy It can Be!

        A travel blog entry by cusan on Aug 23, 2013

        3 comments, 21 photos

        ... intending to get a meal. we walked to the Piazza della Signoria and saw the copy of the statue of David and the statue of Neptune. Lot's of penises (surely that should be penii??)

        We walked from there across the river and along to the next bridge, the Ponte Vecchio which was very lively with buskers etc. we posed for the obligatory sunset photo then onto Il Duomo, the cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.

        One word. ...

        Mountains, coastline panoramas, villages and swims

        A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 04, 2013

        41 photos

        ... The serenity... It is so surreal here. The vastness of ocean is
        incredible. It goes for days. From most spots you could see back to monterosso and Vernazza, or to Corniglia, perched on its hill. We
        were getting closer and closer! We couldn't get over the views... They
        were absolutely breath taking, no doubt about it. This was the best
        moment of the entire trip. This day would be one to remember. We
        kept walking on through, people would ask us how ...


        A travel blog entry by chrispy. on May 08, 2012

        ... and walked up a lot of hills, but it was very worth it.  It's hard for me to describe the views that I've  seen - the adage "a picture says a thousand words" wouldn't do it justice....only because I don't want to write that much on my iPad.  After the hike and outside of the views and picturesque towns, I had quite the day as well. I needed to venture into the main train station to buy my train ticket to Napoli for Thursday. However, I went into a bank and realized I would need ...