Hotel il Mulinaccio

Via delle Caldanelle, 2 , San Vincenzo, Tuscany, 57027, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Vincenzo

Night in an olive orchard

A travel blog entry by viva.sabata

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... 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 ...

Sunday Market

A travel blog entry by viva.sabata

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... Sunday market set up at the ancient city wall so we decided to investigate. Our first attempt took us too far from the wall due to traffic being a complete madhouse so we reparked Liberace on the opposite side of the walled city and followed the wall to the market. This offered some incidental exploration, which yielded that the superstructure was built in 1354 AD. The ...

December 11th - quiet day around Volterra

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan

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... Simple pleasures are still good.

Ro came back with lunch so we ate and strolled the grounds together. The kids and Ro had a quick game of soccer and then we drove to Volterra. The drive up the hill was beautiful. The town was a really lovely town to walk around in. There were locals everywhere, chatting in the streets. Christmas lights were being strung in the town, it was great. ...

Etruscans : visit to Volterra

A travel blog entry by rdumler

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The name,Tuscany, comes from the name of an early group of people who first civilized the area and were called the Etruscans. They emigrated from Asia and are important because they were the fore runners to The Romans. I think. In fact, it may mean "shopping!" We drove approximately 90 minutes northwest of Santa Fiora to the hilltop city of Volterra. I think our town is located on a significant range of mountains running from north to south in Italy and as ...

In Search of High Places

A travel blog entry by indianajill

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... day and a perfect day for driving. It is a popular city to visit as the full signs on the parking lots tell us. We finally find a spot in the very small parkade and Susan does an outstanding job of backing into a very small spot (and does it on the first try). I am sure the drivers waiting behind us for an available spot are impressed too!

We get a city map from the tourist office and set out to find the Ampitheatre which we could see from outside the ...

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This hotel is located on Via delle Caldanelle, 2 , San Vincenzo.
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