Petite Maison Sainte Justine

Address: Via Santa Giustina 30 , Lucca, Tuscany, Italy | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on Via Santa Giustina 30 , Lucca, is near Lucca's Duomo (Cattedrale di San Martino), Palazzo Pfanner, San Frediano, and Casa di Puccini.
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Travel Blogs from Lucca

Adventures in Tuscany Part One

A travel blog entry by happyronin on Dec 19, 2014

41 photos

... can imagine what the town must have been like back in the days when there were guards at the gate, people selling their wares in the piazza and along the streets.

We walked around the town, visited the Church of San Michele, which is a gothic church. The outside was BEAUTIFUL…the inside looked like a typical church.


The hotel had some good and bad points:

THE GOOD:

- Paul and Marie had one room in the same wing as our ...

Being tourists in Lucca

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 10, 2014

10 photos

Decided that after enjoying "just being" in Lucca we should make an effort to check out the tourist sites. Surprisingly, well, not surprisingly, in the course of being there, had already covered several items on the list: Palazzo Pfanner, Torre Guinigi, Paizza San Michel, Piazza Napoleon, Piazza Vendi, ...

Tassignano??

A travel blog entry by likakana82 on Apr 12, 2014

82 photos

... for Trattoria da Leo, a recommended restaurant which we did not have a reservation for. We lined up 5 minutes before they opened and were seated promptly outside. We tried some Lucchese specials, including farro soup, grilled veal, and tortellini with meat sauce (Lucca style tortellini is more like ravioli). For dessert, we shared a good-sized portion of cantucci and biscotti accompanied by vin santo. With our bellies full, we fell blissfully asleep back at the ...

Northern Tuscany & Umbria-Sunflowers & Win

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Aug 09, 2013

5 comments, 83 photos

... in September, and every town along the route is busy promoting their involvement in the event - a big change from the non-happening of the World Masters Games in Turin! Our final days in Northern Tuscany took us to Vinci - the birthplace of Leonardo di Vinci, (not only was Leonardo a great artist [his most famous painting being the Mona Lisa], but he was also an intrepid inventor - inventing the first bicycle before the person who was credited with the invention; as ...

Hawaii boys in the Mediterranean Sea

A travel blog entry by maiar on Jun 26, 2013

7 comments, 36 photos

... and then 50 more cents to change back but, hey, the drippy shower outside was free!)

In the next town, Vernazza, we had lunch at Ristorante Belforte at the top of a fort overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It was incredible to sit up there. The view was truly amazing and the food was delicious. We had to try the anchovy platter - prepared three different ways, and it was great, so fresh. I think it will turn out to be the best meal of our trip. We watched ...