BEST WESTERN Grand Hotel Guinigi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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The past week has been super busy and I barely had any time to sit down and write or relax. I am finally getting in a routine of things and although I have only been here for 2 weeks, it feels like at least a month. The immediate culture immersion is insane and I have learned so much just from small experiences at the supermarket or getting lost …
The bed and breakfast here had the most amazing breakfast. They had great homemade jams and pastries. They also cut up a bunch of different kinds of fresh fruit and served cappuccinos. After this delicious breakfast, since Lucca is only about a 25 minute train ride from Pisa, we took a morning train to Pisa near the tower. The leaning tower of Pisa is something that is on my ...
... for the 1st arrivals. Had a great coffee & some lunch. The visit to Lucca Train Station toilet was very interesting. Think of a hole & 2 foot positions! Picked up Sandy & Heather & managed to find our way to the Villa. Once again there were many "move to the left" remarks in various tones & wording! Dropped the girls off & made our way back to pick up Heather & Sue. Decided to stop off ...
... to having to buy another ticket I decided to ask the attendant, just in case. Thankfully some kind soul had handed in my ticket and it was waiting for me. Panic over.
After the Baptistry, we went into the Cathedral, and very impressive it was too - full of amazing art and history. It may have looked somewhat similar to the Baptistry from the outside, but it had a very different feel inside.
The Campo Santo was next, and once again this ...
... walking down the street from opposite directions and then stopping and people from each group going "Hi how's it going…" (we assumed that was what they said because all we saw was cheek kissing and Italian). It felt a little like a small town. On our walk we saw a cool park type area surrounded by walls so we headed in for a look. There were parents with their children playing on play equipment (the kids not the parents) and groups of students hanging ...