Villa La Principessa
Travel Blogs from Lucca
Segun_coco stayed here on Apr 5, 2012 during their trip titled: La Toscana segun Claukoku.
... of sculpted marble standing 17 feet tall. The detail is unbelievable and it makes one want to stand and look for a long time, and return again and again between seeing other pieces in the museum. Lunch was a sandwich in the main square, joining so many others who sit on the benches and steps of the water fountain. On our return, we are treated to a home cooked Italian pasta dinner, which included an appetizer and 2 pasta dishes, by ...
... music performed by a professional orchestra. The performance was held in a a very old church, great acoustics but very hard benches, in the old walled city. Puccini wrote such things as Madame Butterfly and la Boheme among many others. Our performance was devoted to the music of Johann and Josef Strauss. It was an impressive experience finished with a drive home under a Tuscan ...
... We went there to walk around as a group and see the city. It reminded me a lot of Florence, but less tourist around, which was a nice chance of pace. As we were walking I saw that a running race just got done which I obviously thought was cool! Instead of bagels and nutrigrain bars, they were giving away small bags of pasta at the finish line, how funny! The next morning we had breakfast at the hotel, where me and Sydnee stole so much Nutella! From there is was off to Cinque ...
... Pisa and it’s tower. Only thirty people are allowed up the tower every hour. as a opposed to the fifty people every ten seconds going up the Duomo in Florence – more people on the leaning tower might just do it in. Like most students and kids her age Caitlin tried some silly poses with the tower. Matthew wasn’t impressed and walked around ...
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool