Relais Tenuta Palazzaccio

Strada Provinciale 451, Asciano, Tuscany, 53041, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Asciano

When in Rome!

A travel blog entry by travelhippie

5

... the money and languages. It's really cool to see that change. I've also gained a lot more confidence with creeps and sketchy situations than I started off with. I've probably been the rudest I've ever been but in order to avoid the people trying to sell you stuff or always saying "where you from" it's definitely necessary. It's turned into more of a life style and it's always changing but that's the addicting part of it! It's cool to feel ...

Passing Through Pisa!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark

8

... hike through in the summer! If you haven't seen some pictures from Cinque Terre I will throw a few in this post for you to enjoy! During our time in Cinque Terre, we met two lovely American girls who ended up giving us a ride back to our hostel after enjoying a glass of wine with them where they were staying just outside of Pisa! Once we made it back, we had full intentions to go out that evening but when our heads hit our pillows, we realized how exhausted we had were! Sunday ...

Home in Albiano

A travel blog entry by bbusch

10

... kicked the butchers out and allowed gold and silver shops on the bridge and they are still there. If you read Dan Brown's new book, Inferno, there are tons of references around Florence that now make sense. Next stop was the church of Santa Croce. It was built in the 14th century and houses the tombs of famous Florintines. Buried inside the church are Galileo, Michelangelo, Machievelli and Donatello. Dante had a tomb built there before he died but he annoyed the ...

The Leaning Tower. Yes it does indeed.

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp

11

... a beautiful spot: all green grass and carved white buildings. There is of course the tower, but also the Duomo (cathedral) and Baptistry. Rumour has Galileo was baptised here in the 13th century. We chose not to go into any of the buildings as we are cheap bums, but it is free to wander around the field and admire the buildings from the outside. Who needs to go into the Tower anyway, you can only see the lean from ...

Hike of the five lands

A travel blog entry by aabr

3

We drove down the mountain this morning and boarded the train for Riomaggiore, the first of the 5 villages in the cinque terre. There are no roads in or around the 5 villages of Cinque terre, but there is a train running through the mountain behind them and a hiking trail running along the cliff to the ocean in front of them. I'm sure you can guess which route we were there to take. Unfortunately there was a massive flood last ...

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