Residence La Contessa

Address: Via di Casalpiano, 11, Campiglia Marittima, Tuscany, 57021, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via di Casalpiano, 11, Campiglia Marittima.
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Travel Blogs from Campiglia Marittima

From Lucignano to Roma

A travel blog entry by 111days on Jan 05, 2015

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We visited Assisi twice, because the first time we visited, the upper Basilica wasn’t open, and we thought the town was very beautiful.

On our first trip, I had a delicious savory crepe for lunch, filled plainly with tomato and cheese.
We visited St Clare’s. It was very large. In the crypt, above St Clare’s tomb was a lifesize wooden figure. It was supposed to be St Clare, however I thought it ...

Pining for France… in Italy

A travel blog entry by bharat.ranjan on Sep 24, 2014

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... small kingdom that awaited him and his telescope focused on a vast vineyard. The general set forth in a lifeboat and reached the vineyard where he tasted a sweet, ruby red wine that immediately cheered him up. He had discovered the Aleatico wine that would become his favorite local libation.

Pulling into the protected harbor in Portoferraio, I realized this was going to be a special place. ...

Tuscany Baby

A travel blog entry by werglobemasters on May 12, 2012

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... food as everyone split a meal and then shared morsels of their plates with others. One of the best meals we have had in Italy not cooked by Faye or our own hands.

Cortona and Montepulciano vied for the best shopping, though I think my sister Sherry probably dropped more bucks/euros at the wine shop in Montalcino. Cortona also presented a lovely Annuciazione painting by Fra Angelico. On behalf of the Italian economy – many thanks to the generosity of our ...

Chianti wine tasting

A travel blog entry by calliesue22 on Jan 27, 2012

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Our first school field trip was in the hills of Chianti, up winding dirt roads until we reached the Tuscan historical villa, Vignamaggio. The castle, which was built during the Renaissance, is surrounded by gardens and vineyards and olive trees. We also learned that Leonardo da Vinci stayed in the villa for some time to paint the owner's ...

A Weekend Under the Tuscan Sun

A travel blog entry by michelleb918 on Oct 04, 2010

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... in every which way. Later in the day we went and saw Michelangelo's statue of David - he was huge and had such great detail. While exploring the city we found a festival going on where I had the most amazing apple strudel ever. After we explored the city we started to look at the leather markets. I had my heart set on getting a leather jacket but none were in my price range. Even if I wanted to splurge a little the jackets would be ...

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