Hotel A Palazzo Busdraghi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... at home in the cobbled streets. More bands, this time unfortunately accompanied by the sound of thunder. Watched till the rain started falling, then out with the ponchos and homeward. Made it as far as the Porta V. Emanuele before the storm hit. Fortunately the Porta is large and wide, as about 80 people were sheltering there. The rain was falling horizontally, with visibility limited to several hundred ...
... There was also some kind of Volunteers Fair going on all over town with booths and vendors set up in every piazza. We explored San Michele (we just couldn't resist) and decided to come back the next day for Palm Sunday mass. After exploring the church, we found the Piazza da Felice and all had some vino bianco and salami pizza.
Refortified, we decided to tackle Guinigi tower or Torre Guinigi. There were once many towers in Lucca (all once ...
Day 266 10 hrs, 13 kms Lucca is going to be my base camp for a couple of days--and it's definitely a charmer. Although it has a sprawling modern city, right in the center is an impeccable walled city surrounded by a large grassy area. So if you look at it straight on, you do feel like you're gazing back a few centuries in time. I don't see any gates nearby, but there is a little secret ...
... of the large caverns as cellars for their homes, and only a few are open to the public. ROME - Back in the sprawling city of Rome, we had a couple of days to visit the Spanish Steps and the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican Museum (famous for its frescoed ceiling with Michelangelo's depiction of the creation of man) which we missed on our first round through. The Museum is also famous for its frescoed ceilings by Raphael and his assistants, for the many Greek and ...
... came to spend a few days with us as she is living in the UK. We visited Montacatini Terme (once again) then the furnicular up to Alto Montacatini - great view. Brinelle enjoys photography so she enjoyed the monuments & historical churches of Lucca and finished her visit with a bit of retail therapy..... we had a lovely few days together. Next was a fabulous adventure day to discover the abandoned Moroccan palace at Reggello - Castello di Sammezzano. In 38 degree ...