Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Molino d'Era from our 3 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Volterra
... those jackasses are everywhere. We kept walking and decided we had to get back to the train station to make our train. Two minutes later, Carleigh sees something shiny on the ground. Yep. A Euro dime. Every one of us got chills to the bone, and it took a while for mom to catch control. Love you Grandpa, glad you could join us in Miracle Square. Once we got back to the apartment, CJ had to do school work and I was feeling like relaxing with ...
... us to Pisa and back. The plan was just to spend a couple of hours in Pisa, and then return to the ship. So, we set out across the Tuscan countryside to get to Pisa.
We arrive in Pisa about a half hour later, and spent the next couple of hours visiting the Leaning Tower, the Cathedral, and the Baptismal. The weather was perfect. It was a bit chilly, but clear blue skies. We also had ample time to wander some of the streets of Pisa and to do ...
... tartufo. We also do something crazy and just get a bottle of water as we need to get up early tomorrow. We hope not to do that again! The food was excellent and the tagliatelle was buttery and we get our first taste of Italian truffles. Molto Bene! CNC Expenses 10E- Palazzo Viti entrance 4.50E- Pizza from Ohioja Bar Pizzeria for park bench 16E- Etruscan Museum 23.10E- chingiale pasta, tagliatelle with truffles, salad, water at Osteria del Pace 55E- Hotel Sole Miles Walked - 6 ...
... villa at the time! We have all felt strange in different areas of the villa as well. All in all, this was a very interesting part of our trip.
The wedding was held in Monteriggioni. The town is very picturesque and the town hall is very old, being built in the medieval ages. It really was quite hot but the wedding was really nice. ...
... take 1 hour less than by train. After we bought our bus tickets home, we walked to see the Roman theater. Another beautiful sight. The grass was bright green under the ruins of the theater and in the distance, covered with a sheet of fog, we saw small towns tucked between mountains and rivers. Breathtaking. Once we took our fill of pictures, we headed back to wait for the bus. After about an hour, the bus pulled over and stopped and the bus driver told us to get ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking