Alle Camelie

Via della Pieve, 186, Lucca, Tuscany, 55065, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lucca

Passing Through Pisa!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark

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... woke up and decided to spend the day around Pisa. We walked around and did a little bit of shopping, had pizza under the Leaning Tower, enjoyed some gelato, and had baguette, cheese, and tomatoes for supper! It was such a relaxing day, and we ended the evening taking a walk along the Main Street in Pisa and seeing everything for the last time! I had a little bit of a nightmare trying to fall asleep, due to a cup of tea that our English friends made us right before bed! So I stayed up ...

Enjoying Tuscany

A travel blog entry by greghahn

7

... filled with tourists all taking shots holding up the leaning tower. We of course, do exactly the same. The light rain stops as we line up to pay for the only toilet in the area, we would like to own shares in that one. The shoppers take off to also look at a few market stalls to buy some small trinkets but its actually Josh who loosens his wallet strings and buys a T shirt. We enjoy our short time in Pisa, not a lot there of course apart from the main ...

L'autobus and lucca

A travel blog entry by sarahgapyear

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... 2 and 4pm which makes walking around at the time a bit dull. In future I am going to try and plan my day about being in a museum or at lunch during that time so I'm not stuck fir things to do. Anyway I pottered about the city walls, took loads of photos, found a terrible museum of contemporary art redeemed only by a brilliant photography exhibition and generally enjoyed myself.

Rome tomorrow. Eek!
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Bella Lucca

A travel blog entry by veepacini

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... there are a lot of Pacini's in a little town in the mountains called Lucchio. Anyway, people around here are familiar with the name Pacini. I was in a shop today and got into a conversation with the owner. He told me there were a lot of Pacini's in the region. I even got a lesson on the proper pronunciation of our name. I've always thought it was pronounced Pachini, but that's how it would be pronounced if there were 2 c's. The correct ...

Living La Dolce Vita: Pt 1

A travel blog entry by sskatie

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... was the wine tasting event set up on the Piazza San Michele where for EUR 5 you could sample the wines of Lucchesi region. The vino rosso from this area is an elixir of sangiovese, merlot, shiraz and cabernet in various magical combinations. The vino bianco, well I’m sure it’s lovely, I was just a little distracted by the red. Either way, airline luggage restrictions are bloody criminal, which is all I ...

 

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