Bed & Breakfast Butterfly

Address: Via Barbantini 87, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lucca

A long way down

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 11, 2014

10 photos

... of the historical area. Locked my bike then was wandering around just looking when I noticed that Paul was stood staring at a drain. And continuing to stare. When fishing in his pocket for something, had managed to drop his bike lock keys down the drain. Being able to see them sat at the bottom od the drain didn't help. Tried to using a stick, but they kept sliding off the end. Enlisted the help of ...

Tassignano??

A travel blog entry by likakana82 on Apr 12, 2014

82 photos

... and another quasi protest (at least we think they were 2 separate protests). By now, the town was definitely busier than when we came in. Lucca was one of the only places we went where siesta seemed to still be largely in practice.

Back at the B&B, we took advantage of our B&B amenities for a while, including the bar in the common area. We enjoyed the sound of the local church bells, which rang "Ave Maria" every night at 6pm. Around 7, ...

1657. A Worthy Touristy Town

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 13, 2013

34 photos

Day 266 10 hrs, 13 kms Lucca is going to be my base camp for a couple of days--and it's definitely a charmer. Although it has a sprawling modern city, right in the center is an impeccable walled city surrounded by a large grassy area. So if you look at it straight on, you do feel like you're gazing back a few centuries in time. I don't see any gates nearby, but there is a little secret ...

Northern Tuscany & Umbria-Sunflowers & Win

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Aug 09, 2013

5 comments, 83 photos

... of the large caverns as cellars for their homes, and only a few are open to the public. ROME - Back in the sprawling city of Rome, we had a couple of days to visit the Spanish Steps and the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican Museum (famous for its frescoed ceiling with Michelangelo's depiction of the creation of man) which we missed on our first round through. The Museum is also famous for its frescoed ceilings by Raphael and his assistants, for the many Greek and ...

Our 2nd month in Lucca

A travel blog entry by italy13 on Jul 20, 2013

2 comments, 52 photos

... Terme for some hydropinic therapy which curative properties date back to Roman times. So after a consultation with the doctor we proceeded to drink our allotted mineral waters (choice of four) and wander around the magnificent building and gardens - getting healthier by the minute!! Jenna & I also managed a back therapy massage to finish the experience! We have visited local Villas and drove the Vino & Olio trail - great way to see the countryside. We now have ...