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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... man in Italy she lets cut his hair?? He was cute. The cut is fine but a little adventurous for Lina. He said – just let me do what I want!! So I did. And it’s okay – not sure if I can replicate what he did. Craig and Phil enjoyed the bike ride round Lucca although it was warm. Diane had a look around Lucca and then they went to the Lucca market which was unfortunately ...
... taking the train to the last village of Riomaggiore, we then decided to take the ferry back to Monterosso as part of our trip home. Wow - and I though Tamara's driving in a France was scary.
The weather was again pretty ordinary and watching the ferry sway while docked in the choppy seas was not overly inspiring. As we set off and waves crashed over the bow, it was great to look around at the different facial expressions inside. From the ...
Where do I start? First of all, this B&B is the best...Dar said it feels like we have our own place...they leave at 7:00 pm tell you to lock up when you leave and get back....great breakfast and wonderful accommodations...
This morning we awoke, got on our BSU T-shirts since it is game day, had breakfast and headed out to get our rental car (a Mercedes C class) to tour Tuscany. First stop, Pisa! If you are ...
... look exactly the same to me. There's a large shopping district, and of course, lots of pizza. Yesterday we took a bus to the leaning tower of Pisa, shich was crowded and unbearably hot, but also kind of cool, and then we went to the beach. The beach was rocky, not sandy, and the breeze from the ocean was a nice change from the hot ...
After we wandered for awhile we found the Torre Guinigi, a 14th century Tower House built by the Guinigi family that was both a status symbol and retreat in times of trouble.
An easy climb to the top provided great views of the surrounding flat countryside, as well as an opportunity to get a different perspective on Lucca's previously visited highlights.