Hotel A Palazzo Busdraghi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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We were in Lucca for 5 days, staying in another 16C renovated farmhouse. The apartment is about 10 minutes walk from the historic city wall or much less if we rode into town on the bikes that Riccardo, the landlord, included in the apartment rental.
We spent our first day wandering around the old town on ...
Quiet morning. Uploaded photos, trying to catch up on blog.
Having problems with the key to the building. So far we've been able to get in, but after 5min of trying, ready to kick the door in. Having seen the thickness of the door, know this is not an option. Waiting to hear from the landlord.
Drove out to photograph the fields of sunflowers we'd spotted the previous day but hadn't had time to stop. Thought ...
Hot, clear, and sunny - forecast for 29 deg in Florence... Train to Florence, from Lucca took approx 1 1/2 hours at a cost of 28 euros in total for us both (return). Followed map to get to the Arno river to see the Ponte Vecchio, the only bridge not blown by Germans in WW2 when retreating. We were expecting this to be much nicer looking, along the lines of the Rialto in Venice, but no. It is old but the shops that line it give it ...
From Pisa it took about 45 minutes to arrive in the beautiful walled city of Lucca. We had about three hours of free time to explore as much as we could. When we were on the coach the tour guild handed out maps for us to use which he circled keys places to visit. I wasn't really listening because I was having a nap but it was a good job he circled the keys places for us.
Lucca is only a small town with a population ...
... thirties type temperatures, has taken its toll on many - not a lot lawn or gardens in these cities! Finished off the day with a lovely dinner and couple of wines.
Leaving day from Lucca and after a leisurely breakfast we departed to catch the train to Florence and then to Rome - the hotel owner gave us a restaurant to visit in Rome and we have thoroughly enjoyed his hotel - he and his small staff have been fantastic and very helpful - certainly made it ...