Molino d'Era

Via Casa Molino d'Era, 30 , Volterra, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by travellingshoes on Aug 11, 2014

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... people of Siena it is a very serious moment. Yet, many tourists do come to watch the race. We were told some recommendations to offer those from outside of Siena who do come to witness the Palio. First, be careful about approaching contradaioli in the time before the Palio, as this is a very sensitive moment and the people might actually act a bit aggressively. Further, on the day of the Palio, all the horses get blessed in the churches of the contrade. They recommends tourists to ...


A travel blog entry by nick_shanspence on Apr 16, 2014

... guided by street signs that are mostly all pictures (very handy), we enjoy the scenery. We come upon a little beach town that is vaguely reminiscent of Mexico believe it or not. Little shanties in the sand, run down and paint peeling. We stop for pizza in a small town. I get an espresso and a birra, Nick has a coke. Our pizza has anchovies on it, whoops. It's still delish. We continue on our journey. It’s not long before the hills are terraced ...


A travel blog entry by stephanierachel on Oct 12, 2012

... drenched and made our way back to our apartment. The past few weeks a few people we have met along the way have assumed that Elijah was a girl because his hair is so long! His mullet had gotten to the point where it would kink out above his shoulders and his fringe was getting in his eyes as well. So this afternoon we decided that it was time to do something about it and give him his first haricut. We only had the ...

Surprising Pisa . . .

A travel blog entry by theb-cfamily on Aug 14, 2011

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... among them were Antioch, Tripoli, and Tunis. In 1111 the city elders forged an agreement with Byzantium enabling transit for trade in the Holy Land. . . . .

. . . .Through the 1400s and into the 1500s Florence continued its assaults on Pisa until the Pisans were forced to surrender in 1509 turning over control of the government to the Council of the ...

The Land of Vampires

A travel blog entry by emily.tindall on Feb 14, 2011

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... got on only to realize it was NOT headed to Volterra. With in a few minutes the Volterra bus arrived and we prepared to head up the mountain. At this point is was drizzling and the bus driver was speeding around the tight turns talking on his cell phone! talk about scary! 10 minutes later we were getting off the bus near the old wall into the city.

It was exactly as we pictured a city full of vampires would be and the foggy rain added to the ...

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This hotel, located on Via Casa Molino d'Era, 30 , Volterra, is near Palazzo dei Priori, Cathedral of Volterra (Duomo), Baptistery, and Balze Cliffs.
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