Hotel il Mulinaccio

Address: Via delle Caldanelle, 2 , San Vincenzo, Tuscany, 57027, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via delle Caldanelle, 2 , San Vincenzo.
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      Happy Birthday to Craig!

      A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 13, 2014

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      Thursday, November 13, 2014

      We both didn't sleep that well but woke up and had a good phone call with Alexander. After getting organized and having breakfast we left Ambra, lightly packed, for a couple of days of special stuff to do for Craig’s birthday. Today we drove to Volterra – about 87 kms away. We have booked a 1900 Villa hotel at the bottom of the Etruscan Arch leading into this walled city. We had had a quick ...

      Days 20 - 26 - Tuscany!

      A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Oct 09, 2014

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      On our final morning in France we woke early, showered and dressed ahead of our 9am flight to Italy. Even though we were only taking the hourly shuttle between Paris and Rome, we knew a long drive followed the flight, so we decided to play it on the safe side and left early. The car was packed and we checked out before 6:45am. We pulled into the car rental return lot and unloaded the car. The return agent was shocked to see that in the 16 days we'd had the car ...

      Pining for France… in Italy

      A travel blog entry by bharat.ranjan on Sep 24, 2014

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      Under the Tucson Sun

      A travel blog entry by kimjasiak on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... mouth. Met a bunch of wonderful people at lunch for this week's adventure. We then received our bikes which are super top of the line Camparo carbon fiber bikes. I am trying my clipless pedals again to help (and hopefully not tip me over) on the hills. After everyone was fitted we headed into Bolgheri for a some gelato. The town was very quaint and bustling with the locals due to being a ...

      Volterra

      A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Jul 30, 2014

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      ... built in the early days and arches added during Etruscan times, an engineering masterpiece for the times. During the Second World War the locals persuaded the Germans that they should block the arch with all the paving stones off the floor to prevent the allies from entering This helped save the town as the Germans agreed and didn't blow the arch up when the allies approached. We had a tour of the museum with its ...