Hotel Antica Badia

Pisana N.33, Volterra, Tuscany, 56048, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 11, 2014

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This was supposed to be a 1/2 day outing..........but We started early in the morning after a lovely salad, grilled vegetables, sausage ( from yesterday), ham and egg breakfast. Sue cooked up a storm! We had heard that we needed to park outside the city wall for the day and walk in. Paid parking of course as car spaces are at a premium. We enjoyed the beautiful sunny clear morning drive but were not expecting the traffic, narrow windy streets and congestion of outside of the wall. It was ...

DAY 16: Volterra & Siena

A travel blog entry by mcham on Aug 29, 2013

14 photos

Part one of our trip through the Tuscan countryside took us to the town of Volterra. Located some 50 kilometers (30 miles) southwest of Florence, there is no direct route between the two cities. This meant we would spend the morning driving through the winding roads of the Tuscany. It was such a treat to have our first leisurely drive in Italy be in the Tuscan countryside.

When we arrived at Volterra we parked near the ...

Etruscans, Romans, and Wine in the Park

A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 23, 2012

1 comment, 24 photos

... of wine from the region as well as a couple of small antipasto items. We did not know what to expect here and we really enjoyed the whole experience. Walking along the streets we happen upon St. Lino Church and step inside. It is beautiful and we have the place to ourselves. It is probably due to the plain exterior and the fact that Rick Steve's does not mention it. The church stands on the birthplace of St. Linus who was the first Pope after the Apostle Peter. He ...

Lucca's a looker, but you can lean on Pisa!

A travel blog entry by olly-lisa-poppy on Aug 08, 2011

1 comment, 38 photos

Having left Bologna we arrived in arguably the foody capital of the world, Tuscany! Our camp
site was by the sea (800m) so the temperature was slightly better than inland. We chose this site as it was near to two cities we wanted to visit, Lucca and Pisa. After setting up camp we did the obvious thing... popped off to the beach to jump in the cooling sea! That night we put the oven to amazing use, making potato wedges, yum!


The bus isn't going to be here for how long?!

A travel blog entry by skipper_33 on Feb 13, 2011

... get off at Saline. When we reached Saline, once again, we didn't know where to go. Thankfully, when we got off, our train friend was waiting to point us in the right direction. We all laughed as we ran to catch our next train. When the train pulled up, I thought they were joking. It was a teensy, rickety, two car train. As we sat on the constantly rattling train, we laughed and tried to pass the time. We took the train to Cecina, where we discovered that we would ...

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