Castel Pietraio

Strada di Strove 33, Monteriggioni, Tuscany, 53035 , Italy | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Monteriggioni

    Bolsena, Certaldo, and on to Montereggioni.

    A travel blog entry by colgaz on Jul 19, 2014

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... medieval happening here! It is now 24 hours later. I did consider rewriting this blog entry on Certaldo,.. but thought,.. no, that was our view after Wednesday,.. so, how do we feel a day later? Thursday we took it easy and didn't venture into town till round 5.00pm. This was still far too early as things weren't to get going till around 7.00pm (we found out). We decided to go up to the Old Town via the funicular around 6.30pm and went to buy the tickets. We were asked if we had ...

    Will you marry me?

    A travel blog entry by aseipolt on Jul 30, 2013

    9 photos

    ... If you can imagine that typical noise and the naughty kids up the back trying to bounce the rear wheels, you have some idea of how enjoyable that was.

    Our first destination from Milan was Florence. Twenty years ago Cate and I became engaged in, and were engaged by, Florence. We staying in hostel accommodation on the 'wrong' side of the river Arno and were always looking for some way to stay cool.

    This time we were doing ...

    Full of Firenze

    A travel blog entry by allielaurqualls on Jun 21, 2013

    1 comment

    ... and the original David scuplture. In the Gallery before you get to marvel at the greatness you see some other "unfinished works" of Michelangelo. Some of these works are known as the "slaves." Michelangelo believed that when he sculpted that he was doing the work of God and "freeing" the captive inside the marble. It is not known if we are supposed to learn something from the unfinshed works or not. There are many theories behind them, a truth we will never ...

    Ciao Bella :)

    A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on Apr 24, 2013

    13 photos

    ... all over the would asking for her advice. And there are all these volunteers who answer all the letters. Pretty cool stuff. Keeping in mind that it might take me hours to get back to Venice, I got on the train at around 4 and zoned out and appreciated that nice scenery. My first impression of my hostel was that it was super dingy and run down. But it was cheap and clean. The other guests were a bit boring but were kind enough. The owners were super weird and quirky, which at first ...

    Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!

    A travel blog entry by nofailuremodes on Jul 05, 2012

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... to reward ourselves for being so cultured by getting some more Grom. After that, I donned my emergency skirt and we went into Il Duomo. Surprisingly, compared to a lot of the very elaborate cathedrals we'd seen, the art was fairly simple and sparse. The inside of the dome was really amazing, though. (To be fair to the Duomo, the outside is really elaborate. Statuary ...