Bed & Breakfast Butterfly

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

Beach day

A travel blog entry by taylor30max on Aug 06, 2015

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Today we had to wake up early to go to the beach. We lucked out because we thought it was going to be a Stoney beach but it turned out to be sandy. At the beach I played with them and we played in the waves and also we made a m*********** in the sand and made canals from the sea to fill it up. After a long morning by the sea we went to have lunch by the sea which was very tasty. We are then back home and we played in the ...

Drive from Lucca to Florence

A travel blog entry by juliemsmith on Oct 06, 2014

... turned off & we kept going. Fortunately we were only 1 street over & after picking up the drivers it was back to the train station. Then we had to return to the Villa to pack the car once again & 4 of us headed to Florence. Miraculously found the hire car place, dropped the car off & back to the Hotel Alba Palace for the night. Wandered the streets of Florence once again. Had a ...

Quiet Sunday

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jun 29, 2014

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... br>
Of course, after all that exercise, needed a reward. Dropped into the gelateria opposite only to find the gelato bar empty. Totally empty. I was devastated. Easily resolved - just cycled into Lucca till we found a gelateria open.

On the bus on the way back from Florence on Sat,we were aware that there was an australian family on board. Didn't get a chnce to chat then, but, you wouldn't believe it, they walked past ...

Mountains, coastline panoramas, villages and swims

A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 04, 2013

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... our feet to actually grip the stair. Once reaching the bottom - we were in the centre of the village. We grabbed some ice cream and headed back up some stairs that would take us now to the left side of the village to an embankment that they think is a beach ;)
The pebbles and rocks here were huge compared to those at Nice. Some would have been over a foot wide! IT was excruciating and very difficult to walk on. When I think of a beach.. i think of taking my thongs off ...

It is leaning!!!

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld on Jun 30, 2013

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... 17 inches
(44 cm) less than it has been for 150 years. The tower is so secure
that people can actually climb all the way to the top. So now I know
why the leaning tower of Pisa leans. It’s the soil. Actually, there are
other towers that leans but not as noticeable. There are other towers
that were built to lean some are in the Guiness book record like the one
in Abu Dhabi. But the Pisa Campanille will still be my ...