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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bernardino Lucca
Travel Blogs from Lucca
... is from my mums side, I always thought I was from my dad's side. Next we are going to Florence. I am so excited. We are catching two trains commencing at 9am. Should arrive in Florence at 11.30. I am finally going to meet my second cousins Elisa and Paolo, see Giovanni (my cousin) and his wife Anna and my uncle Dino and Aunty Gioconda. Gioconda is my dad's sister. It's been 30 years since I have seen my Aunty and ...
... so gorgeous. The market streets were good and we eventually made it to the Accadamia. Lined up in the 'reserved’ line and we got in fairly quickly. The David was absolutely magnificent – the holy paintings were not as brilliant but still worth seeing. The other Michelangelo sculptures were also excellent. We walked around to Pontevecchio and then onto the other side to see the gargantuan Pitti Palace. We had a lovely relaxed lunch at a restaurant, which we really ...
... The inside of the palace was small in comparison to some of the ones I had seen in France yet the detail in the paintings etc was not lost. Refreshment time...our first glass of wine for the day, it was after 10am but not quite lunchtime, well not in Italy :o) The rose was refreshing and as in France they provide you little nibbles (chips / peanuts) with your drink. We wandered a little further and visited the Museum of Torture. I can't say it was my favourite museum but ...
... their own, so it was mainly Michelle, Diane, mom, and I walking around. We found some good stuff and the moms just spent, spent, spent. I got my Italian boots I wanted! Michelle got some boots as well. When Michelle and I were trying on the boots, the moms went across the street to the cafe and had a bottle of wine. Least Shell and I got a glass. We met up with the boys and they were going to a ...
... and bread. And this was a really good restaurant. But best of all, was the company.
Vanda is from Brazil and speaks a little English, Theresa and her mum from Austria and Eve from England. All sitting together trying to understand each other, and find out about each others lives was fantastic. I love that stuff, and they were all incredibly interesting people. Vanda and I got on really well and I think I have a place to go ...