Residence La Contessa

Via di Casalpiano, 11, Campiglia Marittima, Tuscany, 57021, Italy | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by brooklyn85


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From the wine tasting we went to watch an adorable italian lady make the 'poorest' pasta dough. It was extremely interesting and once she made the dough, she showed us how to roll it thin. There is a specific technique used. Then we could go up and try. It was actually really hard.. I kept breaking my noodle.

FINALLY: the kitchen was ready for us and we could eat! Four courses. That's all I have to say.


Night in an olive orchard

A travel blog entry by viva.sabata


After the market we headed north up the coast where we found several closed campgrounds near the hill town of Scarlino. The town was scarily perched atop a steep hill, with a road that must have started out as a donkey. It was dark by the time we finally made it to the top, which really made the effect dramattic with the lighted walls contrasting against the dark sky beyond. After a quick search, found no restaurants open in the walled city. So ...

Sunday Market

A travel blog entry by viva.sabata


... good stuff for sale. Alta bought a cute Italian dress and leggings and Jed bought a small hatchett. We found a couple of large dog beds for Liberace's lower bunk. However, the best part of this market had to be the food vendors selling hot Italian sausage and roast pork sandwiches. Jed wishes he could buy more and stash them for later somehow. They were excellent and quite ...

December 11th - quiet day around Volterra

A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan


... Simple pleasures are still good.

Ro came back with lunch so we ate and strolled the grounds together. The kids and Ro had a quick game of soccer and then we drove to Volterra. The drive up the hill was beautiful. The town was a really lovely town to walk around in. There were locals everywhere, chatting in the streets. Christmas lights were being strung in the town, it was great. ...

Our first day in Italy

A travel blog entry by jkoumas


After arriving in Rome and picking up our Alfa Romeo rental car we traveled north to the hill town of Civita di Bagnoreggio. We entered the town through an ancient Etruscan arch. The towns streets were charming and very old. The area around the ...


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