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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... chapel within a internal gazebo, nice floor tiles, beautiful blue & gold ceiling and the Tintoretto Last Supper painting was quite magnificent – certainly the best church in Lucca. We strolled and shopped and looked at other sights. I bought a nice black cardigan and we purchased some Lucca tea towels and various biscuit items, which look interesting. Once we met up with Craig and Paul who drove down after their ride, we had lunch and then walked around the Lucca ...
... yes thanks times 2! I had beef filled ravioli with ragu and then a biscotti with marscapone and berries for dessert. Rather than ordering coffee we decided on a half bottle (375ml) of Rose which we sat and sipped as the restaurant emptied. It was by far my favourite restaurant in Lucca. Now I just have to remember the name. After lunch we ventured around town a little more finishing the other half of the walk around the wall. Afterwards we ventured into one of the Piazza's ...
... by time. There are lovely little boutiques, souvenir and artisan shops along the way. Looking at the variety of bars, cafes and restaurants, we chose a halal kebab shop for a quick snack. A bit tired of local cuisine and wanted some hearty good old fashioned doner kebab. The place was lovely and when the people there found out about our ...
... goodbye to the last of our visitors.... and time for us to keep finding treasures in the area.
We finally visited Palazzo Pfanner which is the only grand palace in the old town of Lucca open to the public & where parts of the film Portrait of a Lady was filmed. Built in 1660 by the Moriconi family,a silk merchant who rose to nobility, then bought by the Contorni family & in the 1800's developed the garden *& organised the fabulous ...
... we were Low on fuel so pulled into a service station to buy fuel. Graham put 20 euros into machine and pressed number 14. Unfortunately the bowser was number 6. The machine wouldn't refund the 20 euro or allow us to take fuel fom another pump I.e. 14 The cashier said she couldn't refund our 20 euros and gave us a credit voucher for 20 euros and said to come back tomorrow. We asked if we could exchange the voucher for fuel but She ...