B&B Casa Alba

Via Fillungo 142, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lucca

Passing Through Pisa!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark

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... through the city and visited the Leaning Tower! It was so entertaining sitting on the steps and watching people snap a million shots of them either leaning, jumping, holding or just posing with the tower. Jordyn and I had quite a few good laughs at some groups of people taking shot after shot. After taking our own photo, we walked back and grabbed some groceries for dinner. Unfortunately, the hostel we stayed at didn't have a fully equipped kitchen which got pretty annoying and we ...

My Education continues - Puccini

A travel blog entry by rdumler

5

... music performed by a professional orchestra. The performance was held in a a very old church, great acoustics but very hard benches, in the old walled city. Puccini wrote such things as Madame Butterfly and la Boheme among many others. Our performance was devoted to the music of Johann and Josef Strauss. It was an impressive experience finished with a drive home under a Tuscan ...

Bike Riding in Lucca

A travel blog entry by perri

28

... and biscuits. Actually whole shops just selling chocolate biscuits and fudges. I tried a slice of the chick pea pizza today which was delicious. While I was perched on my little stool in this tiny little shop jammed with wet people having a slice of pizza and a glass of vino, I started talking to an Italian lady perched next to me, and as it so happened, she lived just outside Lucca and had been in Perth in January this year ...

'Your tiny hand is frozen...'

A travel blog entry by millant.travel

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... seen, as can its evolution through later periods. And, of course, it was the city of Puccini in his younger years. The city has an informal opera evening somewhere each evening.

We left Pisa until later in the afternoon. It is famous for its tower, duomo and baptistery. Apart from that, it is difficult to justify time in Pisa when it could be spent elsewhere in Italy. But worth visiting.

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The Cinque Terre - walks all closed ...

A travel blog entry by kirksontour

14

... a brass razoo in this village. The kids entertained themselves by counting cats, but were getting pretty bored I am sad to say. Such a shame. We finished our visit in Manarola, where the most famous part of the walk commences - the 30 minute easy path to Riomaggiore called "Lover's Lane". This is the town that most of the postcards show, but again it was too closed up to really appreciate how great it would be in another season. We had a little walk on the path, but that ...

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This hotel, located on Via Fillungo 142, Lucca, is near Lucca's Duomo (Cattedrale di San Martino), San Frediano, Palazzo Pfanner, and Casa di Puccini.
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