Hotel A Palazzo Busdraghi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Thu 6th: Left Tarquinia for Lucca, (more pics) stopping on the way at Pisa to have a look at the leaning tower. Got to Lucca at sunset and were delighted to find we had a room at an old style taverna. Drove to the old town at round 6pm and were shocked at the ...
Did a bit of blogging, then cycled into Lucca. Investigating the best way to get to the Cinque Terra on public transport - the train, once we work out the timetable.
Coffee by one of the inner gates and watched an under 2 chattering away to a cat before he wanted to kick a ball with it. At that point the cat retreated.
The Torre Guinigi is ...
... 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 ...
... so we had plans to go there for our last evening in Florence
This was and amazing day trip. We saw two lovely cities in one day. Ideally if we had more time we would of liked to of done at least a day in each of them but none the less we were happy of what we had seen. By this point of our trip we were already planning were we wanted to go next in Italy.
We enjoyed Lucca, we thought it was a little cute city which ...
... before collapsing into a well-deserved siesta. Once the temperatures had dropped to an acceptable temperature (~90F) we made our way outside and trolled the pretty streets of Lucca and found the Torre Guinigi, a 144 ft tall tower with stunning panoramic views of Lucca. My camera has a panoramic feature and there was no long line (a la Pisa) of ...