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"We stayed at Casa di Pera for 5 wonderful weeks in October in the fantastic city of Lucca. We were on a 3 month trip in Italy and Lucca proved to be a wonderful base for exploring Tuscany. The apartment in within the Old Walls and walkable to everything. It is in an ancient building but has been updated with modern comforts. It is exactly as advertised and is very clean and tidy. The kitchen is particularly well outfitted which was wonderful since we enjoy shopping in the local stores and cooking. During our stay we hosted several groups of family and friends and the apartment was very comfortable for four. There were several days when our 2 adult children stayed with several friends (we had a total of 7 staying!). While a bit crowded we managed just fine and had loads of fun. The 2nd bedroom sleeps 4 and there is also a folding cot which we put up in the large entry area for our son. The 2nd bedroom has a very low ceiling but is otherwise spacious. No one seemed to mind. Both bathrooms are modern and have decent sized showers (very unusual in Italy). The beds were all very comfortable. While not fancy or luxurious the apartment is very comfortable and the owners, Italian Americans, are fantastic. The local manager, Diletta, was very accommodating when we had several minor issues, such as not being able to figure out the oven. Lucca is a fabulous small city which we adored. The train station is right outside the City Walls allowing easy day trips to Florence, Pisa, Cinque Terre, and many other small towns in Northern Tuscany. Train travel to Southern Tuscany is a bit more complicated as you have to make connections in Florence. Having a car to explore that area is probably best. We highly recommend this apartment for people who like to stay in "real" Italian towns and desire a comfortable home instead of a hotel."
Guest: Marti N.Date of Stay: October 2014Review Submitted: March 6, 2015