San Giusto

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

Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by christinesavage on Sep 11, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

... scenery and beautiful villages. An amazing area of Italy.

Internet services are not great on boat so am posting this sitting in a cafe in Cannes. Won't post another until get to St Paul de Vence on Sunday. Hope everyone is well.


Day 9 - Vampire Hunting

A travel blog entry by custrdcar on Jul 03, 2014

15 photos

... of restaurant we were at it was too late to turn back. We ordered a glass of wine and a small pasta dish each, and left $100 EU lighter. It wasn't until the end of lunch that we realized they had purposely given Erin a menu without prices, whereas mine had the prices. Being an American female, she didn't appreciate the gender stereotype.

We'd been advised not to try to drive in Rome so we dropped the car off at the airport and caught a taxi to our ...

Under the Tuscan Sun

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

18 photos

... not as good as I make or we have had in Aussie. It had no cream, a fair bit of olive oil in bottom and little bits of egg which I would say we're overlooked. Hmmm. Nonetheless it was tasty and we were quite tired as it takes a lot of care and energyit negotiating *********e ground which is uneven and those slopes and sun.
It was dark when we finished dinner so knowing that finding a taxi was unlikely we flipped open the ipad a set off on ...

Chillin' out in the sun on the Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by bottchtimms on Oct 23, 2011

6 comments, 35 photos

... from many who were attempting it!! We weren't that brave and took the train to each town and took the boat
back around to see the towns from the ocean! Less strenuous option however just as beautiful... and that’s our story!!!
On our way back we ventured through the first town Riamaggorie. Again it was a steep town and the residents had actually put a tunnel through the mountain to get from one side of the town to the other and out to the train station. ...

We love Italy!

A travel blog entry by wichitap2p on Jun 08, 2011

... a little lost; however, we saw some very beautiful scenery. The bus found the way to the restaurant and we were starving.
The restaurant was owned by a man who is very proud of his work. Everything served was completely organic and grown by him. We were amazed. He talked to us and informed us of his restaurant and all they do. Even the olive oil he makes is his own and is also sold in America. The food was delicious also. We ...

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