B&B Casa degli Angeli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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August 14, 2014
We had a quiet morning again. Craig and Phil went for another long walk. My lower back is hurting a bit – but don't worry about it Mum! After a relaxing morning we drove to Camigliano which is a little town north of Lucca. Lovely drive and we went to see Villa Torrigiani. Check out the photos – it is a 16th Century renovation of an older renaissance palace. It was ...
... us so we're definitely staying open minded. The areas outside of the city walls were a really positive difference to other cities though. Big houses (when I say big I mean average Brisbane homes) with beautiful gardens line most streets and the perfume from these gardens are a nice asset to walking the footpaths.
Day 2 here and we set off early (5.30am) for the Cinque Terra (In case anyone doesn't know, the Cinque Terre is a string of 5 fishing ...
Lucca, and Montecatini Italy Five weeks of traveling is the average European and Australian's vacation. This is my third week in Italy and my eyes are bugging out from caffeine-fueled window shopping and sightseeing. So far it's been 1200 Cappuccino's, 400 Vino Rosso's, 300 bottles of aqua minerale', 200 appertivos, and 8 million slices of Italian bread with olives and cheese, but who's counting! The amount of saints here can fill a stadium, and ...
... one of St. Peter’s disciples, brought a 3rd generation Christianity here in AD 47, making Lucca the first Tuscan city to Convert. It was a major pit stop for pilgrims and crusaders coming from Northern Europe along the Fracigiana road, and 588 local clergy shanghaied one passing Irish pilgrim, the abbot Finnina, and pronounced him Bishop “Frediano.”
When Pisa conquered Lucca in 1314, hometown ...
... late and had to find our hostel. Everything was written in Italian and it was quite tricky to get around but some lovely people helped us. When we got to the hostel, the staff wheeled a couple of beds into a stinking hot room which was up some dingy stairs. It was a bit scary at first but we managed to get some sleep. On Friday morning we went into the city and saw the most ...