- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Family rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews L'Arancio Affittacamere Lucca
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... Roberto spoke only a little English,....Dennis managed to converse with him. He's a motor cross driver, and explained that there was a famous motor cross driver from S.C. We dined until about 11pm. Finally,.....well fed,....with happy hearts, we left the restaurant, and drove to Maria's new home. She had recently gotten a new apartment, and was proud as punch. It was beautiful, and she had decorated it so nicely. Roberto poured us all glasses ...
Of course, after all that exercise, needed a reward. Dropped into the gelateria opposite only to find the gelato bar empty. Totally empty. I was devastated. Easily resolved - just cycled into Lucca till we found a gelateria open.
On the bus on the way back from Florence on Sat,we were aware that there was an australian family on board. Didn't get a chnce to chat then, but, you wouldn't believe it, they walked past ...
... and good, but 1 Aussie and 1 American really had no idea what the others were saying even though they have been in Lucca for 1 month learning Italian. 1 of them is 18 years old and the Aussie is 50+ and they have become best friends!!!??? Let us just say that they could possibly be a little annoying at times as they are both very loud and inappropriate occasionally and I could see the very good Italian speakers doing a bit of a "tutt tutting" kind ...
... to the restaurant that our hotel owner's son owns and got discounted pesto and caprese pizza. Cinque Terre is famous for its pesto and it was delicious. On Thursday we had originally planned to do a four hour boat tour of the 5 towns, but instead we decided to relax on the beach and save the 170 euros that the tour would have cost.
We got sandwiches for breakfast and then bought fresh brie cheese and crackers at the local ...
... arrive and i end up in bed!!!...i cant believe how much i slept though)
Mark & Kerry really just wanted to relax so thats what we did. We took off at one stage, had a long walk through Lucca sightseeing and drinking coffees.
We had made a booking for the ‘Bottega di Cose Buone’ restaurant at the end of the street and we were all hoping that Mary would be better. She stayed in bed all day only coming out occasionally to say hi every now and ...