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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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Great location inside the walls but a short walk to the train. Comfortable room, spacious shower, quiet, very friendly staff.
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After breakfast we caught a train to Lucca. You can't get from there to here - had to change trains in La Spezia and Viareggio. It sure is easier doing that than changing planes. Hop off one train, look at the departure board to see what track your next train leaves from, go there and hop on the train when it comes. No checking in, no security …
... and despite thumping the opening button and banging on the doors, the train left without us. We went to the booking office and found out that the next train was an hour later and joined an American couple and an English couple, who had also failed to make the train. And so it was, that our mini United Nations, shared the cost of a taxi ride from Via Reggio to Lucca, with a maniacal taxi driver, who spoke no English and apparently was completely unaware that other people ...
... of the city and faces a small canal. In less than 15 minutes I can walk almost anywhere in the Old City. Car access is limited, but you still need to be on the lookout for scooters and bicycles. There was not much to do on the first day, but settle into my room and meet some of my fellow travelers, and take a brief orientation walk before dinner. Tuesday morning we awoke to heavy rain and gusty winds. So there was some concern about our scheduled ...
The drive took us through small villages and through a beautiful valley surrounded by huge mountains confirming our love of the scenery in this part of the world.
We arrived at the city wall with a stream running around it and ventured in to find the round centre which is the focal point of the town...could we find it? Like hell we could!
... town, but after a few nights here I may run out of things to see and do. Also I saw another statue by an artist, whose name I didn't catch. These statues were all around Lucca, really cool looking male, humanoid figures with some unique characteristics...I took a few pictures of the ones I saw. After taking a break at a cafe for a latte and to charge my phone, I ended my Lucca trip at San Martino, another nice church from the outside ...