BEST WESTERN Grand Hotel Guinigi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Grand Hotel Guinigi Lucca
This hotel was clean and neat. It was not in the center of Lucca. You needed to take a cab into Lucca if you wanted to spend any free time walking around. We booked the Tuscan Dinner excursion that day, so it really didn't affect our stay.
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It was raining lightly, but we set off for our boat ride to Cinque Terre. It stopped raining and turned out to be a beautiful day. We sat outside on the top of the boat...great views of all five villages. We stopped at each village, Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, and Vernazza, but only disembarked at the last stop, Monterosso. Lunch was at a …
Today, we headed off to Pisa for lunch. Extremely sunny and hot. We found a nice little restaurant where we sat in the shade and ate delicious pizza. We tried to take the picture pushing back the Leaning Tower of Pisa...it wasn't quite successful, but we had fun trying! We also saw a statue of Romulus and Remus. We didn't know the story until Shay …
... in the tourist office, who called the bike company who said they'd be round to cut the chain. As we were about to go on the tour, delegated all responsibility to the fellow on the tourist office.
The tour was interesting, presented in both English and Italian. Given some general history of the town then walked around several of the sites, including the anfiteatro and ending at the ...
... stairway that wind inside the wall and up to the top... and into the ancient city of Lucca. It is a charmer of an old town. The kind where you want to just walk up and down every single street to make sure you don't miss anything. It's true there are a lot of tourists but it doesn't spoil the feel of the place in my opinion. Some of the highlights are a tower with a cluster of trees at the ...
... Cycling the city walls and climbing the Torre del Oro (bell tower) for breathtaking views of the city made up the 'exercise’ component of the trip, or as I like to call it ‘incidental calorie neutralisation’ or ‘entirely unscientifically proven justification for past and/or future self-indulgence’ :-).
Next stop: Siena, where I think I might need to get my shopping on …