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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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... out of the town. We were so lucky that we didn't go to the dinner as everyone said they would have rather seen the festival.
The following day we went back as a group to explore but as Doug and I had already been all over the village, we sat down and just took in the sights. Lucca is a medieval village surrounded by a huge wall. The wall was used to protect the town from water not invaders. The wall was rebuilt with a walkway on top but we had ...
... standing on the side where the tower was leaning. Then we went home. On the last day in Lucca we went to Cinque Terre which is a place by the sea, consisting of five different villages. We walked for 2 hours from the 1st to the 2nd village. At the 2nd village we climbed a tower, you could so for miles ...
... and skipped the visit to the Basilica and the Cathedral (full to ******* bow with basilicas and cathedrals at the moment) and headed to the town of Pisa.
Lunch was memorable - it was so nice sharing my fresh air with the smoker on the next table in the open air restaurant. We partook of a gelati before we headed back to Lucca on the train.
We visited the Henri ...
... and some food. I didn’t have much luck there, so that’s on my agenda for tomorrow. I found the Italian School which I have to be at by 8.45 in the morning, which is only a five minute walk away. Hopefully, I can do some activities in the afternoons and then I think I’ll be happy being back in my room by nightfall this week. I may even be able to down load a re-run of the dockers game . Yay
... shut. We continued on until we found a self serve one and got 20 euros worth of fuel. Noelene and I insisted they put in another 20 euros. All good. John asked for help at servo. We had a beautiful day today of Italian culture and Art followed by a dash of Aussie culture. We will briefly explain the Aussie cultural experience. Running very low on diesel we pulled up to a self service station, unaware that it was self service. ...