Casa Satti

Address: Via Roma 31, Lucca, Tuscany, 55015, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lucca

No Problem Sir! We Can Straighten That Up!

A travel blog entry by stuart.e-h on Jun 21, 2015

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Saturday 20th June

Yesterday we decided to go by train to Pisa, a direct line, so what could possibly go wrong?

Well, much to our surprise and possibly yours too, nothing.You don't believe it?

Neither did we, but it is true.

We even found our way from the train station to the leaning tower by bus - with a little help from an elderly nun.

As a lifelong builder and renovator, on seeing the tower, I had an overwhelming urge ...

Lucca and Pisa

A travel blog entry by divansanten on Nov 06, 2014

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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 ...

Lucca Summer Festival

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 02, 2014

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... on his screen!

After the concert the streets were buzzing. People everywhere. Think as many people had come for the cheap seats as paid to get in. The local caberini and emergency services were out in force.....think it was just an excuse to be around for the concert. Dont think I've ever been part of such a well behaved ...

Day 11. Siena to Lucca

A travel blog entry by tonyrussell on Sep 19, 2013

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... pictures of the town from afar, along with several people who had stopped their cars at the same place. Tourists huh, bunch of sheep all doing same. Us included ...baahh! Stopped in quiet side road in the countryside, for a lunch of deli stuff bought in SG along with olives left over from earlier. perfectly tranquil, low key, rustic. Perfick, as Pa Larkin might have said! Had intended to stop and buy more local wine and olive ...

We could of spent longer here

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Aug 10, 2013

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10th August

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 ...

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