San Giusto

Via Pisana 35, Volterra, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 11, 2014

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... are windy curved streets. We did however find the Grom, the pannaforte and eventually the car! Getting out of Siena was even more of a challenge. Our GPS wanted to make us turn where there were no turns. She has been very vocal on the country roads making sure that we didn't turn up roads that were not there or driveways but she was suspiciously quiet in the city streets - Italian GPS! We took a side track on the way home to vivat a winery ( we thought it might be the winery ...

We're the Etruscans, Mighty, Mighty 'Truscans ...

A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Jan 25, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... this angel sculpture but wasn't willing to go back to work to pay for it.

Also, we love to visit the duomos and cathedrals. As is so often the case with these old churches, construction funding dried up before the marble facade went on. This duomo in Volterra is very humble but holds some beautiful art pieces inside.

While visiting here, we particularly noticed ...

Etruscans, Romans, and Wine in the Park

A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 23, 2012

1 comment, 24 photos

The breakfast at Hotel Sole was great. This was an Italian pastry and cake bonanza. They also had some small sandwiches of tomato and cheese and meat and cheese. We did not touch those. Homemade Italian cookies filled with jams and chocolate were also there. Carol focused on the homemade donuts stuffed with vanilla custard and nutella chocolate. They were quite good, but I really enjoyed the chocolate cake that was infused with Frangelico. Just heavenly and good enough ...

Surprising Pisa . . .

A travel blog entry by theb-cfamily on Aug 14, 2011

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... to investigate and remedy the problem with, what had become, the city's most valuable buildi

During the 19th and 20th centuries the Leaning Towerproved to be a powerful attraction fueling the city's tourism based economy. The tower's foundation has been re-engineered and it is currently thought to be stabilized


The bus isn't going to be here for how long?!

A travel blog entry by skipper_33 on Feb 13, 2011

... Kristin's 20th birthday so we all went out to dinner that night! We went to Gusto Leo and it was delicious! When we got back, Emily had baked Kristin a Buttermilk Chocolate Cake and we all had some. Yummm. Thursday we all went shopping and to the Chocolate Festival. It was so incredibly amazing! Soooo much chocolate! We met up there with Anna, Amy, Chelsie, and her boyfriend Matt, who came to visit for a couple weeks. Later, Carly and I walked around so I could ...

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