La Casa Rossa

Via Pietra a Palude 5102, Lucca, Tuscany, 55050, Italy | Hotel
 

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Pisa

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11

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After trying to visit Pisa a few days ago, we wanted to return with more time. With a map this time, we headed to Piazza del Duomo. We had to carry all of our stuff so that was interesting but we found somewhere to eat on the way for a rest. We got pizza in Pisa! :) Once we got to the piazza, we were laughing to ourselves because so many tourists (probably American) had their ...

Lucca and Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by tk2014

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... us so we're definitely staying open minded. The areas outside of the city walls were a really positive difference to other cities though. Big houses (when I say big I mean average Brisbane homes) with beautiful gardens line most streets and the perfume from these gardens are a nice asset to walking the footpaths.

Day 2 here and we set off early (5.30am) for the Cinque Terra (In case anyone doesn't know, the Cinque Terre is a string of 5 fishing ...

Lovely Lucca

A travel blog entry by lindaa48

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We all arrived at breakfast this morning a bit slow and tired after our marathon day yesterday. Despite being a bit slow we were looking forward to seeing Lucca and Pisa today. Gilberto was keen for us to get to Lucca pretty early so we could experience it without the crowds that turn up later in the day. Tourists! Lucca is only about half an hour from Montecatini and we arrived just after 9.00am. It was lovely walking through the streets so ...

Lucca

A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld

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... music in the 18th C. Giacomo Puccini was also from Lucca, he was an opera composer. He composed Tosca, Madame Butterfly, Turnadot, and La Boheme, all world famous operas.

“Lucca boasts some pretty heavyweight history. It’s plains were inhabited more than 50, 000 years ago, and as a Roman municipum, it was the site of the First Triumvirate between Julius Caesar, Pompey, and CRassus 56 BC. Bishop ...

Bella Lucca

A travel blog entry by veepacini

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... pronounce it with 1 c is more like Pashini. Today one of the things I did was explore this church that has been excavated to reveal the Roman ruins underneath. Basically the whole town of Lucca is built upon several layers of ruins - it just hasn't been excavated. In this church you could see remains of the original Roman baths, tile work, etc. It was quite fascinating. I'm eating a lot of good food too of course! A Tuscan snack that ...

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This hotel, located on Via Pietra a Palude 5102, Lucca, is near Toscana Saporita Cooking School, Acqua Verde, Cooking in Villas, and Palazzo al Borgo di Corliano.
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