Bed & Breakfast Butterfly

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

Charming Lucca and the Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Jul 31, 2014

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... in a separate hotel near the beach. We meet at for a pesto demonstration by a real Italian mama, the owner of our hotel. It's done by hand by pestle and mortar to preserve the basil juices and tastes delicious when served on bruschetta. (I don't think i have the time, strength or patience). Dinner follows and we have lasagne made with the pesto and white sauce, followed by sea bass and chopped tomato and then semifreddo. Very ...

Lucca day 22

A travel blog entry by aalljjaamm on May 16, 2014

... cathedral and Ponte Vecchio, a gelato and met up for tour of Ufizzi Palace Caught the 7pm train home then out to Il Cuore for dinner: lamb stuffed with artichokes and veg pie (mousse) for me and spaghetti with rabbit ragu for J Home to bed ...

Exploring Tuscany!

A travel blog entry by barefoottravels on Jul 10, 2013

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... but as the thunderstorms rolled in we settled with local shopping & reading indoors. At KL Airport I brought 'The happiness project'.. its amazing how things present them self to you when you need them most. I'm thinking of starting my own (happiness project.) More details to follow:):) Dad came home with a big bunch of juicy red tomatoes.... I can feel a homemade pasta sauce coming on tonight!! J xx J ...

Walking in Circles

A travel blog entry by sdastin on May 07, 2013

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It's not what you think. In Lucca there is a wall around the old city, which they have turned into a walking park that spans a loop of about 4 km in distance. Many people, locals and visitors, opt to bike around the circumference of Lucca, but we chose to walk, hoping for a slower pace. Considering it took us about four hours to make the trek, we feel as though we achieved our goal! ...


A travel blog entry by hannaharrison on Sep 28, 2012

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... we made room for a gelato, and ate this as we strolled home. A beautiful end to a wonderful day.

We loved all our medieval villages we visited, Lucca in particular was large enough to spend a few days exploring, as it had so many interesting side streets as well as shops to cater for all ages and interests, the main street Via Fillungo offered everything from bookstores, fine jewellery, sporting sports to designer clothes, not to mention a range of cafes and restaurants. ...