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Travel Blogs from San Vincenzo
... our way down the hill to the seaside town of Follonica where we found things shut down just as tight. We did find one place open, however, and had some wonderful pasta and marinatee pork. The kids had a sugar-filled pastery thing for dessert. We then drove Liberace back to the closed campground, where qlmost across the road we found an un gated dirt road leading into an olive grove. We tucked Liberace behind a group of threes and set camp for the ...
Wednesday 11th December
Today was a beautiful clear warm day. The sun was shining the air was crisp and clear and we could see all around us today. A special day to enjoy the quiet and the views. Ro went out in the morning to take some photos. The kids and I blogged, washed clothes, explored the area we were staying and read books. It was so nice to be able to wash and have a ...
... highways. And everyone drives like their tail is on fire. Our little house in Santa Fiora is so tucked away that we make a point of making sure we're home before dark - these roads are not for the "faint of heart". Steak dinner, tonight with mashed potatoes. I never thought that I would ever get tired of pasta but all of us are eyeing that bag of potatoes with anticipation. And while the fire is wonderful, tonight, we are hoping for some sunshine, ...
... a walled city there are some pretty panoramic views and we find Volterra' s most famous sight, it' s Etruscian Arch built of massive volcanic stones in the fourth century B.C. All walking seems be be uphill here and we are soon off into the side streets to find lunch and do a little more browsing in the shops. Volterra has a history of alabaster artisans and there are many shops displaying lovely pieces created from alabaster, as well as many workshops where you ...
We left Pisa in route to Volterra. We had decided the day before to go here, and I am so glad we did. First, it's not easy to get to Volterra, so if you don't have a car, it will be time consuming and difficult to use the public transport. The drive from Pisa through the very curvy roads of Tuscany was beautiful. Everything I had every imagine Tuscany to be came true on that drive. ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking