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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Stipino Lucca
The hotel was charmingly decorated and furnished and run by a very nice older man. The staff were very helpful and accommodating. The hotel is located just outside the main walls of the city with only about a five minute walk. There is easy access to all amenities.
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Travel Blogs from Lucca
Friday, Deb and Dave and Catherine went to explore Florence while Mike and I stayed to explore la bella vita. I can't tell you how much we enjoy just walking around here, sitting and thinking and writing, living life. I can tell Mike's having a good time because he's started to look at real estate again.
Well, you're all caught up now. I'll be more poetical - and timely - in the next entry. A presto!
... power and the wealth of the Medici family who basically invented what we know as the modern banking system. The Medici family were also responsible for the paychecks for attracting all of the artisans that flocked to Florence for the renaissance. We got the visit the Duomo, the medici palace, the Ponte de Vecchio and we got to go on a walk right up to the basilica where Michelangelo is buried. The view from up there from over the city ...
It was our largest driving today. 355 km from Manarola to Todi in Umbria, travelling via Lucca and then through Tuscany. Arrived Lucca around 10am and walked into and around part of the township. Great place, had lovely brunch.
We then hired push bikes and cycled around the city walls (4km circle with wide paths and tree lined with no ...
Best choice of the day was getting out of Florence and heading to Lucco northwest of the city. We had fun renting bikes (Meg and Kevin rode a tandem bike) and bicycling on the wide wall that defines the borders of the town. We did some window shopping and had a wonderful dinner and ...
... are being excluded. At one stage the Aussie put her I pod in the middle of the table and chose some really random music for us to sit and eat to. More eye rolling going on and the bossy French women telling her to turn it down, and more food being passed around and a lot more wine for everyone and its getting louder and louder as tongues get looser. The lady who was the quietest of all at the beginning, is now starting to loosen up and even doing ...