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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Concierge desk
- Hot tub
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We were up early and walked to the Lucca train station to take the 8:30 train into Florence, about a 75 minute ride. As usual, the first stop in Florence was a quick coffee and tea to use the facilities and then we were off to the Mercatto Centrale food market. Anne wanted to see the market and the new renovation on the top floor. It looked like it …
We had been looking in Trip Advisor for interesting things to do in and around Lucca and found a description of a biking and walking path alongside an old aquaduct hidden away behind the railway station. We decided to give it a try after breakfast. We rode our bikes to the station, crossed under the tracks using the tunnel and, 100 yards from the …
We started out day with another leisurely bike ride around the walls of Lucca. After one and a half laps, we came into the town itself and had a drink in the Piazza Anfiteatro which was almost deserted on a Sunday morning. On the way back to the hotel, we stopped at the botanical gardens. These gardens were established in the early 1800s. They …
We decided to start the day with some exercise and were happy to find that our hotel still had some bikes for use. This was one of the interesting features of this hotel- they make bikes available for guests. They're red with the hotel name on them and we headed off to ride the rampart walls around the top of Lucca. The walls were built in the 16 …
We slept well and had a good breakfast. There was a large American tour group in the hotel. We walked about 600 metres along the outside of the city wall to enter the city through one of the main gates. There are only seven gates through the wall. The first place we visited was the San Martino Cathedral and the Cathedral Museum. (We are following …