San Marco Holidays
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews San Marco Holidays Lucca
Travel Blogs from Lucca
... We are in Italy! We finally pulled off the highway for a bathroom break. While we were stopped, I kept seeing signs for the town of Lucca. All I knew about Lucca was that song from the 80's, 'My name is Lucca, I live on the 2nd floor...' That was enough familiarity for me to suggest we head towards Lucca and have lunch. I popped it into my GPS and somehow the GPS lead us down an alley and then on to someone's property long narrow gravel road, where I had to pull right up to ...
... Beyond that point, the trail continued alongside a buried water pipe and eventually we came to a large and elaborate collection area where several streams entered the aquaduct system. At this point, we turned around and made our way back into Lucca for a well deserved drink. After biking back to the hotel to get freshened up, we biked back into the city for lunch, some shopping and a tour of the Palazzo ...
... We managed to buy some lovely body creams from Sephora – Craig was a bit taken with the lovely shop assistant and would have bought anything I asked I believe. We drove back in the rain – but it was less today. We went into the Coop and Phil and Di enjoyed seeing the supermarket. Tonight we are having a munchy dinner including artichokes, buffalo morzarella and lots of other yummy ...
... for lunch and a few ice creams. Yes, a few. I sometimes think that I romanticize the food and ice cream but I now know that the ice creams are really exceptional. As is everything else so far. We have been having "workers lunch" which is 10 euro only, for a starter which is either pasta, risotto or soup and then a choice of fish, veal, chicken and then a side order of either chickpeas, chips, salad or beans, plus white and ...
Cinque Terre had long been on my list of "Places to See," so waking up today, I was especially excited to get moving. We quickly ate breakfast, took one last ride on the moped before returning it, and headed toward the train station. Cinque Terre, otherwise known as the "Five Villages" is a rugged portion of coast on the Italian Riviera. Over the centuries, people have carefully built on the rugged, steep landscape ...