San Giusto

Via Pisana 35, Volterra, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Volterra

Seeing Siena

A travel blog entry by dmatten

... and then went to the Baptistry, which was a pretty miniature version of the Cathedral.To finish off my trip I visited the Basilica of Saint Maria Dei Servi. The main body of the basilica was bland but at the far end were pretty ceiling murals and statues. The art wasn't the type that I really appreciate but it was pretty nonetheless. I walked back to the train station and headed back to Florence. I went in search of a gluten free pizza place after I checked in but the place was ...

Exploring Siena

A travel blog entry by eliandvicky

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... and now you can see brick has replaced the marble, it is still not finished. After the cathedral we took time out of our hectic sightseeing schedule to sit and soak in the atmosphere of il campo. Il campo is so busy since it is the social and cultural heart of Siena. It is also home to the big clock tower and fountain which are attractions themselves. In the afternoon we went to Forte Di Santa Barbara which is the remains of an old roman fortress. ...

A Tortuous Day!

A travel blog entry by rjbitcheno

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... many countries today (they reckon about 140 countries still use torture on a regular basis). Thoroughly disgusted and with our imaginations still working overtime, we leave Volterra and drive somewhat sombrely back to our villa. A glass of limoncello and sheeps cheese on biscuits restores our spirits and our faith in our fellow man. After dinner we retire to bed reliving those bendy roads and contemplating spending a night dreaming about spikes, blades and rats! ...

Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by aaron8821

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... Grace, and Hannah, in the dust. After stopping and waiting a couple times, we began speed hiking as a group. With each look at the watch, and with each look at the distant coastal city we were trying to reach, we walked faster and faster. Eventually we ran into a small bearded man who somehow got stuck in the middle of us. Amidst our hurry, we found out that he was a Canadian hittin the trails by himself. Again, we looked at the time and decided we ...

Volterra

A travel blog entry by carnold

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... disappointment, the tiredness from a large meal and what felt like a longer day than it was, Steve went to bed and I stayed up to write this blog. I think I might be done…Tomorrow is another sleep-in day (although without horse-riding, since if he’s not going to at least let me do something with the horse other than sit there, it’s not worth it), then we drive the 5 minutes into San Gimignano and fight crowds to see a cute Tuscan ...

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