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Lucca, Italy - for a month? affordable places to stay?

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Hi Everyone. I will be going to Italy for one month in September 2013. By then, I will have studied Italian for two years. I have it in my head that I want to stay in Lucca for the duration - within the walls. Is that too long? I'm having difficulty finding an affordable place to stay - as I'm traveling alone (no one to split the costs with). And, I plan on using public transportation, walking and biking. I have also heard that persons eating alone in restaurants are frowned upon. Is that your experience? I would love to hear your opinions and suggestions. Grazie.

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