Casa al Bosco

Address: Pod. Casa al Bosco - La Nera, Volterra, Tuscany, 56048, Italy | 3 star b&b
 
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      Farewelll Roma, Hello Tuscany

      A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Jul 29, 2014

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      ... spot where Julius Caesar's body was burnt after he was stabbed by the senators of Rome. Our tour over, we're sad to say good-bye to Rome and vow to be back. The bus takes us to Volterra and we stop for a lunch and loo break at the Autogrill. Italian equivalent of a food court it is a really healthy option; no fries and burgers. I enjoy a plate of fettuccine with prawns and mix of roasted Mediterranean ...

      We are on the move.........

      A travel blog entry by lawrudd on Jul 05, 2013

      11 photos

      ... us everything from shirts to glasses to bags; welcome to the tourist traps of Italy. Our walk to the Tower was short and once we got there we were all pleasantly surprised at how amazing it was. The pictures we all see don't do it justice. It was much larger and more beautiful than we thought. Each of us had our pictures taken in front of it, just like the thousands of others who were there. We walked around the grounds checking out ...

      A Visit to Volterra

      A travel blog entry by nicimarshall on Jun 13, 2013

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      For our last full day in Tuscany we decided to take a trip to Volterra (Marcio/Heide if you are reading this your blog helped us decide between Volterra and Montepulciano). It was a really great little place with history from the Etruscans and Romans. A highlight for me was the Roman ruins as we hadn't seen any of those on this trip an I loved them my last time in Italy. We got an audio guide to hear some of the history as we toured ...

      Under the Tuscan Sun

      A travel blog entry by abi.latham on May 09, 2013

      18 photos

      ... and larger than we thought and we were anxious to explore it as soon as we could as we only had the remainder of our afternoon to do so before our next stop; Orvieto in Umbria. We also needed to work out how we were getting there as this was probably the most difficult and vague transfer my pre trip research indicated. Strangely enough there was no ticket office by the bus station so we found the tourist office in the main square who were incredibly ...

      A blistered walk from the tarmac to an apartment.

      A travel blog entry by dclites on Aug 26, 2012

      4 photos

      Arriving in a foreign country- in any foreign country- can be considered nerve racking to say the least. Arriving in the country that you're supposed to live in for 4 months and not knowing really how to say anything in the native tongue is simply horrendous.
      Flying half way around the world by oneself was not as difficult as everyone makes it out to be. Sure I rushed from gate to gate with my 4 layovers, but overall I never felt like it was something I ...