Hotel Antica Badia

Address: Via Pisana, 33, Volterra, Tuscany, 56048, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Pisana, 33, Volterra, is near Teatro Romano (Roman Theater & Baths), Baptistery, Pinacoteca e Museo Civico, and Church of San Francesco Volterra.
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      Que Sera, Sera, Volterra Will Be, Will Be ........

      A travel blog entry by bubnalitalia on Sep 13, 2014

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      A travel blog entry by rickandluann on Jan 25, 2014

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      ... this angel sculpture but wasn't willing to go back to work to pay for it.

      Also, we love to visit the duomos and cathedrals. As is so often the case with these old churches, construction funding dried up before the marble facade went on. This duomo in Volterra is very humble but holds some beautiful art pieces inside.

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      Ancient Tuscany

      A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 22, 2012

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      ... and we head back inside the walls to wander. We see a tower that has a ground floor door and then the ground floor had no interior access to the safe upper floors. Rope ladders were used to get upstairs and the doors were just wide enough for one person but definitely not an enemy with armor and weapons. We look in the church of St. Michael and window browse an alabaster gallery that is closed but has some interesting pieces. Alabaster was big business in Volterra ...


      A travel blog entry by chrispy. on May 08, 2012

      ... which the family I was staying with had because I was staying more than 2 nights. So I had to take the train back into Monterosso to get my passport, waited for about an hour before I could head back to La Spezia to get my ticket. At La Spezia I overheard a guy saying he was going to Riomaggiore - so I introduced myself and created small talk. We chatted it up and hung out almost the rest of my stay.  John and I went to grab something to eat and get drinks somewhere ...

      Cinque Terre (Five Lands)

      A travel blog entry by jimnkim_europe on Jul 11, 2011

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      After a sumptuous continental breakfast at our Hotel in Santo Stefano, we packed up and headed for the Cinque Terre. We had been warned about the narrow roads around the area, but it still came as a bit of a shock to be winding your way down steep mountain cliffs, with barely any railings, the road only wide enough for one vehicle in many places. Each time we met a vehicle or a truck, one of us had to back up ...