Hotel All'Olivo

Via Palmiro Togliatti 15, Tarquinia, Lazio, 01016, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tarquinia

Like a Stuffed Pig

A travel blog entry by nwegscheid


... oil tasting and saw how it was made extra virgin style. Following that was a wine tasting back at the restaurant called "The Zeppelin", he really liked Led. I won't have another real meal for another few days to say the very least. I will never look at CheezWiz the same ever again. I have tasted the best of the best and there is no going back now. Till next time kids! ...

Orvieto Excursion

A travel blog entry by jlafrenz


... cut it thin enough, marble becomes translucent and gives off an amber or golden glow as light passes through it.

Near the church, is a street filled with artisan shops. Most stores showcased handcrafted ceramics, which is something that Orvieto is known for. I happened across one shop in particular that I absolutely loved. Everything in the shop was hand carved out of olive wood. He was the only one in that town that ...

Majestic Orvieto, Isolated Civita

A travel blog entry by rickandluann


... of Rick Steves' books and was so intrigued by its isolation and island-like position. We arrived after dark, 34 degrees and strong winds - but realizing it might be our last opportunity, we pressed onward and upward. The story is that this village used to be attached by land to the town of Bagnoregio. A river eroded the land between them and now Civita is only ...

Castle and a Museo

A travel blog entry by viva.sabata


... dinner and a stroll. On the way we noticed a lit up castle wall in the distance and wandered up hill along the main drag. We totally lucked out and scored a parallel parking spot not too far from the main castle gate and walked to the entrance. It turns out this town is a UNESCO world heritage site and quite the happening spot on a Saturday evening as scores of locals were wandering with kids in tow and small packs of teens bopping about; ...

Visit to the Vatican and St Peters Basilica

A travel blog entry by trish14


... route marked off for the line ups and were able to walk right into the church. I'm so glad we did because it was definitely worth seeing. Another amazing place to see. I'm glad we decided to give Rome another chance....I really did want to see the Vatican, Sistine Chapel and St Peters basilica. There were no crowds and the whole experience was much better than our trip on Saturday. We finished our visit around 2:30 and then headed back to the campground to join ...

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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent