Hotel Duca del Mare

Address: P.zza Dante Alighieri 1/2, Massa Marittima, Tuscany, 58024 , Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on P.zza Dante Alighieri 1/2, Massa Marittima.
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Travel Blogs from Massa Marittima

If Silver Jewellery Is So Bad, Why Don't Statistics Show It?

A travel blog entry by lovingnomi170 on Jan 09, 15

... inspect the general workmanship and make sure that the silver is not tainted. You can likewise find silver jewellery with valuable gems attached which add shimmering colours to your silver.

Designers that are in demand right now include Danon, Hultquist, Pilgrim, Tutti & Co, Sence Jewellery along with Joma Jewellery. Browse online for your favourite boutique and you'll save money when looking for silver jewellery.

It's affordable and ...

From Lucignano to Roma

A travel blog entry by 111days on Jan 05, 2015

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... We are staying in a 5 bedroom, large apartment, along with Leah, Glen, Audrey and Esther. Tomorrow, Josh will join us as well, which I am very excited about! The flat is quite nice and spacious. I’ve enjoyed Rome a lot, and am very glad to be staying here for another week, especially over Christmas time!

Unfortunately, dad says the food isn’t as good, or fresh as it used to be. They use ingredients (such as ...

Day 3 - Montalcino and Siena

A travel blog entry by paigejasonitaly on Nov 24, 2013

15 photos

... buildings and gelato you know that you are experiencing the day in the life of a Tuscan. The locals truly live in a Tuscan museum and almost seem oblivious to the history around them.

After sunset, we hopped back into the Alfa Romeo and traveled back to San Quirico. The four of us enjoyed vino and antipasti out in the courtyard of Piazza Elisa. We snuggled under blankets and under the heater to keep us warm. Morrow once ...


A travel blog entry by zo_zo on Sep 08, 2013

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... their religious sites and would never abandon them. Or apparently tear them down.) This one, however, they filled in with dirt. Some years ago, the church was discovered after excavations, and the dirt somehow managed to preserve the intensity of the colors of the frescoes that cover every inch of the walls. There are supposedly more walls and more rooms to be found but nobody can dig for them because of structural details that might bring the new church toppling down on top ...

DAY 17: Tuscany & Lazio

A travel blog entry by mcham on Aug 30, 2013

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... our B&B was an adventure. We got mixed up trying to find the entrance to the bypass - the GRA. (A GPS probably would not have helped us, as the tangle of exits and entry ramps are confusing. They all start and stop in the same place, without clear signage.) A half an hour later we finally figured things out and we were on our way. It took another 35 minutes to circle Rome and get to the San Basilio neighborhood where our host lived. Unfortunately ...