Don Chisciotte B&B

Via Pesciatina 1711, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy | 2 star b&b
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Travel Blogs from Lucca

A taste of Tuscany

A travel blog entry by kazbriggs

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... and has a population of over 180,000. But we were off to Pisa and Firenze which you may know better as Florence. The thing that we were reminded of often through the commentary was the age of the buildings and the way things have changed over time. Today Pisa is some 10 kilometres from the coast, but in the 11th century it was a major seafaring town in the Mediterranean. Over the centuries of time, the coast has moved. Quite amazing.
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Lucca and Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by tk2014

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... trek is considered the most difficult with narrow rocky stairs - and a lot of them, but it also provides the best vantage points for the budding cameraman. As we climbed through the olive and grape vines, there was always a view of something special and as we began our descent, the aerial view of Vernazza was like nothing else. Beautiful clear torquoise waters on shore slipping into darker and richer blues as you looked further towards the horizon. A small ...

Lovely Lucca

A travel blog entry by lindaa48

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... amazing with beautiful ceilings and even paintings on some of the columns. Lucca is also known for it's leather goods. Robert decided to climb to the top of the bell tower with the trees on top, while Kerrie and I decided to "powershop" in the last half hour before we had to go back to the bus. We only made it to one shop- but it was really nice. Very colorful leather wallets and bags and really soft. I bought a purple wallet with ...

Lucca

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld

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... Castracani fought back until Lucca regained its liberty. Over the next 10 years, Castracani went on to conquer Pisa and expanded a Luccan empire over western Tuscany. Both Pistoia and Volterra fell, but in 1328, just as Castracani was training his sights on Florence, malaria struck him down. Disgruntled Pisa took over again until 1369, when Charles IV granted Lucca its independence. The proud, if relatively ...

Meeting the family

A travel blog entry by rossouw-lorton

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... and Barbara showed us the graves of our grandmother and grandfather as well as the rest of the family buried there.

We came back to Lucca and had dinner. Barbara's boyfriend joined us. After dinner, we went to Mario's apartment in Lucca. The house dates back to the 1200 and they have kept the house as is.

All in all, it was a wonderful ...

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