Hotel Mirella

Address: Strada Provinciale di Casciano, 43, Casciano, Tuscany, 53010, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Strada Provinciale di Casciano, 43, Casciano.
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Travel Blogs from Casciano


A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jul 02, 2013

... have any exchange fees. Woo-hoo for saving money!! Magnetic strips are not as accepted here as chips. There are a few US cards that have chips, but they are all "chip and sign," which means it will generally print out a receipt for you to sign. Most Europeans have "chip and PIN," which prompts you for a PIN to do a charge. Thus far, we have only found one place that would not accept a "chip and sign" card: an automated ticket machine for the metro in Milan. ...

Siena is Piazza del Campo

A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 07, 2012

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... fill the Piazza. It's also home to one of the oldest universities in Europe.

The countryside of the Chianti area between ...

Toasting in Tuscany

A travel blog entry by sean_kirsty2012 on Jul 17, 2012

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... red and green marble cathedral weaves in with the surrounding town. Down from the church is Il Campo a town plaza where the Palio De Siena horse race has been held since medieval times (featured in Quantum of pops out of a manhole in the middle of the track mid race...unlikely when you've seen the place!). Basically, its a horse race around the plaza with each district in the provence of Siena represented. ...

Midevil Magnificence - Siena

A travel blog entry by jasaunderss on Aug 31, 2011

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... and is buried in Rome, Siena paid the Pope for two relics; Catherine's right thumb and her skull. Both are covered in wax; both recognizable for what they are. Ewwwww! The cathedral is very Midevil; and the one of the most spectacular examples of Gothic architecture I have seen. It is made entirely from bricks covered in striped black and white marble. Even the floor is covered in carved marble depicting the stories the church used to teach their illiterate populous.  The pulpit ...

That was a lot of wine, tomatoes and friends

A travel blog entry by emijean on May 13, 2011

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My final, much needed, days in Italia were calm and mildly uneventful. I have spent the last two weeks just outside of a small town called Tocchi with an Italian family I found through workaway. They have a plot of land complete with magical wooded forest, a horse named CiPi (grumpy ******* does NOT like to snuggle), a hyper active puppy (Sofia), a gaggle of hens and a couple of ducks. In exchange for a bed and food I geed the horse, do laundry and gardening for a couple of hours ...