Molino d'Era

Via Casa Molino d'Era, 30 , Volterra, Tuscany, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Volterra

Bye bye Tuscany, hello Roma!

A travel blog entry by 2swans

... per hour, you can't beat train travel in leave in the middle of town and get to the middle of town. 15 minutes in a taxi, 10 Euro's later, and we are the hotel..makes Adelaide taxi fares look very very expensive! We are approx 200 metres from the Spanish steps, so went up there to descend the steps and take photo's etc. after some lunch, walked around to find a laundry...eventually...10 euro's ...

We're the Etruscans, Mighty, Mighty 'Truscans ...

A travel blog entry by rickandluann


... br> It was here during our first trip to Volterra that I first tried Grappa, as mentioned previously. We had seen others ordering grappa after dinner and had read about it, but I was sure I wouldn't like it. I hated the Schnapps in Germany and the Campari drinks in France, so I expected this to be about the same. But, I was here to experience Italy so I need to try some new tastes. At a small wine shop we asked ...

Etruscans, Romans, and Wine in the Park

A travel blog entry by cncadventures


... today. You can tour 12 rooms of the palace and then stop in the bar below for a included glass of wine. How can we pass that up for 5 Euros? The ticket seller gives us English guides and tells us where to start. The room decorations and pieces are amazing. They have furnishings and artwork from the 1800s and oriental and Indian things as well. One of the Vitis became the Emir of India and brought things home from there. There is a one of a kind lamp made out of ...

Oh for more days here!

A travel blog entry by sasi_lassies

Happy Birthday to Elaine.......
The group all met for breakfast - but were going seperate ways for the day and were to meet back at the hotel at 6.30pm.
Suzanne and I decided to take the train to Riomaggiore, take a walk to Cape of Mone Nero (Torre Guardiola) return and then go to Porto Venere. Once we had wandered around Riomaggiore checking out the church and shops, we found the information office and asked about the walk to Cape ...

The bus isn't going to be here for how long?!

A travel blog entry by skipper_33

... SIX, yes six, hours. We talked about everything under the moon, sex included. It was a blast. Roommate talks are definitely going to be a regular thing in this house. As everyone else headed off the bed, Lisa, Emily and I stayed up and talked a little while longer. Emily, since she knows everyyyyone, showed Lisa and me some of her cute friends that she wants us to date. Let me just say that some of them were hotttt!
Saturday we decided to go on another ...

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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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