Hotel San Marco
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel San Marco Lucca
Travel Blogs from Lucca
We've made it to italy!!
If we thought the driving was tough before this, today took the biscuit. :-/ With hindsight, we already knew the drivers in Italy are crazy, and we should have realised that sat nav doesn't work in tunnels!!!
Corri had forgotten just how high some of the bridges are in these mountain areas - it was …
... we wandered the expansive cemetery, admiring the private crypts and intricately carved headstones. We may return at a future date to visit inside the church and hear the Gregorian chants at evening vespers. Wednesday we traveled by train through Pisa to the hill town of Lucca. We walked the 2.5 mile perfectly preserved fortress wall on the warmest day of the week (60+). We didn't choose to visit churches but strolled through town enjoying the ...
... climbing so didn't bother plus it was very hot as well. The town was very cute but quite easy to get lost as there were lots of little narrow streets each leading to a different piazza - quite confusing but we are now pros at map reading.
There were lots of markets but so far we have been very good at resisting. Doug has bought a new leather belt and we bought some binoculars. One of the guys in the group was using them to look at the frescoes on ...
... people going in all directions. Arrived in Lucca on time and set off to explore this lovely walled city. Visited the beautiful Duomo and also the Church of St Frediano. Lunching now at the very cool and nice Locando Di Bacco, and enjoying a nice bottle of Lucchesi vino rosso dalla Fattoria di Fubbiano. Absolutely delicious Italian food including Eggs with black truffle, fennel and orange salad, ...
... old walled city.
For those who don't know, Sigur Rós are an Icelandic post-rock band from Reykjavík, who have been active since 1994. Known for their ethereal sound, frontman Jónsi Birgisson's falsetto vocals, and the use of bowed guitar, the band's music is also noticeable for its incorporation of classical and minimalist aesthetic elements.
Ah, the beauty of copy/paste!
They sing mostly in either Icelandic, or their own made ...