Hotel B&B Ciritorno
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the stone steps and seats are still there as well part of the stage with Roman columns. In the same area, a Roman Bath was built when the theater was abandoned at the end of the 3rd century AD. Both of these areas were interesting to see.
Volterra followed the new faith of Christianity and at the fall of the Roman Empire, 476 AD, it was already the center of a large diocese. The Cathedral of Volterra is the Basilica Cathedral of Santa ...
... his brother are both very gentle, considerate gentleman – most interested in Australia. Slept over. August 19th – back at Uliveto
After breakfast where Libera woke up and made biscuits, yoghurt cake etc for us, we had a look around the property which is beautiful. We drove back via Vinci but somehow the way was different to the way we came back ...
... conquered Volterra and now a prison used to house serial killers! We came across a tiny coffee shop and stopped for a coffee and pastry. That evening we gathered for a wine tasting in cellars below the street at La Vena di Vino. A selection of 4 local wines with cheese, proscuitto and salami :) We joined Kendra, Leanne, Gill and Kathy for pizzas that night. The town is quaint but packed with tourists at this time of ...
... the locals do, we shower and cross the road for a Caffe Macchiato (espresso with a stain of milk) and a sweet croissant. After breakfast the bus takes us to our tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum. We meet our guide Francesca, who brings everything to life. She is local and encourages us to use our imaginations to realise how it was back two thousand years ago. The Forum was the business centre of Rome and we ...
... Paul, forever brave in the face of a new eating experience, tried the lardo bruschetta.
Now, we had been told of this Tuscan delicacy, Lardo di Colonnata, by Marizito, our landlord in Sicily. While you really dont want to know how its made, I'm told the end result is a silky delicious delight. Paul would definitely agree. While stunningly presented, there was no way it was ...