Hotel All'Olivo

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

Bolsena - It's just like going home!

A travel blog entry by colgaz

4
15

... There was no wind but the coastal breeze made it a very pleasant place to be. During the day on Tuesday a strong onshore wind came up and the complexion of the sea changed dramatically. The storm surge (there is no other name for it), has been incredible. The sea has become a raging 'washing-machine' with 2 mtrs of white water crashing onto the beach. So strong has it been that most of the beaches have been closed and sea spry is over everything. I asked one of the retailers if this ...

Orvieto underground

A travel blog entry by pwhalen

22

... the cellar walls had nesting holes for pigeons, pigeon raising a worthy occupation. While there are intersecting passages now, most of the cellars were accessed only from the house above. During WW II, the cellars became air raid shelters. The hospital expanded its cellar, and also created another entry.

Whilst it was always prestigeous to be on the high side of town, the disadvantage was that you had to dig deeper to find ...

St Valentine

A travel blog entry by pwhalen

20

... the Carmalites are thin on the ground in Italy, four priests had come over as missionaries from the very south of India, where the Carmalite faith has a strong following. Even though it was technically shut, one of the priests brought us into the church and gave us a guided tour, which very generous. His english was good, so we had a wide ranging discussion ...

Castle and a Museo

A travel blog entry by viva.sabata

1

... 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; ...

Civita - the City That's Falling Off the Cliff

A travel blog entry by maryannes

9

... suggestions from the concierge and headed into town for lunch, more shopping and a tour of the Duomo. This is one neat church – mosaics on the outside provide a colorful fašade. The striped walls are surprising but a characteristic of Romanesque architecture.

It seems as though all we do is eat as we came home, rested, then went out to dinner at the restaurant recommended by GianLuca, Trattoria Etrusca. ...

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This hotel is located on Via Palmiro Togliatti 15, Tarquinia.
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