Da Elisa Alle Sette Arti

Address: Via Elisa, 25, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy | 2 star hotel
 
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      Workaway

      A travel blog entry by tylerandtori on Oct 05, 2011

      ... lawn before...and it was really hard work! Especially since the property was large, on a big slant and had many trees everywhere. After I had enough of this labour, I decided to go upstairs and sanitize our room (it was killing me). I cleaned everything, Annie would be proud:) It was better, but still not good enough for us.That night we rode bikes into the town and called home. We needed to have some wine and talk things out.
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      LEANING ON PISA

      A travel blog entry by kasey_kid on Apr 17, 2011

      ... a really bad cold is still something Andrew and I are left questioning.  For on our third day in Pisa, after the snuffling mess had left he premise, Andrew and I decided to take a chill day and just laze around the hostel.  This day resulted in both of us catching cold - now we were the wheezing monsters (awww man!)  A cold, in fact, that is still rattling us both as we now walk the streets of Rome.  Oh well, what can we do, getting sick was bound to happen sooner ...

      The Leaning Tower and the Louvre

      A travel blog entry by erinandaudrey on Mar 05, 2010

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      ... that was about an hour outside of the city limits so we had to take a bus through the French countryside to get to Paris. The countryside was beautiful and actually looked a lot like Texas, besides the mountains of course. Once in Paris, we had to take 3 metro trains to get to our hostel! I had no idea how immense Paris is! There are 23 underground subway lines in Paris alone! That is massive! Rome only had 2. Fortunately, the system was ...

      Here and there

      A travel blog entry by reanna on Jun 21, 2008

      ... up to the top of the Leaning Tower, and the next available time wasn't for 3 hours. But we agreed we weren't coming to Pisa without going up the tower! It was totally and completely worth it. The tower was my favourite, of the whole trip so far! It's a weird feeling seeing it in person and then to climb it. It doesn't even feel like you are climbing up, more like just climbing a circle with a slight hill. The steps are so worn too. We saw a few other places as well. ...