Address: Via S. Sebastiano 29, Colle di Val d'Elsa, Tuscany, 06123, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Colle di Val d'Elsa

Finally in Tuscana

A travel blog entry by fwwallbank on Apr 13, 2015


Third day in here at Colle di Val d'Elsa, 50 k south of Florence in the province of Siena. Very out of the way in a country area 15 k from the nearest town. Siena is 30 k east. We are going there day after tomorrow. Yesterday visited San Gimignano. Lovely day there. Finally got to a computer, not been able to write since Munich. Left there in the rain on April 30, arrived in Nice with sunshine, ...

Medici Chapel and Boboli Gardens

A travel blog entry by nicoll on Sep 07, 2014

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... walked from end to end, we exited the farthest from where we wanted to be. Some shortcut! But the Gardens were quite beautiful, and very cool compared to the heat of the day, quite unlike how we felt after we had walked up the Viale to the Michelangelo lookout! And no cafes for coffee along the way, which was most unfortunate! Garth made a curry for dinner, and we ate it drinking numerous Chiantis, sitting underneath the air conditioner and thinking how cold it is in Canberra. ...


A travel blog entry by judeandpete on Jun 04, 2014

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... sight. (Thanks Sue for the suggestion) We walked back via a different route and crossed over the Ponte Vecchio and returned to the center of town. The front of the Duomo was full of thousands of tourists, so we walked around the back and found a quitter place for a coffee. Jude did some smalll item shopping and we walked through the backstreets to the station to catch our train. The train started out on time, but managed to arrive about 5 minutes late, so we had the thrill ...

In a bit of a Firenze

A travel blog entry by rossfamily on Mar 10, 2014

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... s town hall. We picked up “Firenze Cards” – a little expensive, but they get us in to just about every museum in town, and give us free bus transportation everywhere, and free wifi in the city core.

Our first use of the card was to go inside Palazzo Vecchio. The massive Hall of Justice (used as the current town hall) was mind-boggling, and we got to tour through the “Apartments of the Elements” – ...


A travel blog entry by italykimandtim on Jul 30, 2013

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Our last day here in Florence we got up early again as you can tell Tim is organizing the itinerary and every morning we seem to be getting up earlier and earlier to go on tours. we took a panoramic view of the city. We had been up to Michael Angelo's community which was really neat. You can see most of the city from this view it was amazing we also got to see a replica of the statue of David and the display, as well as, Michael Angelo's sculpture then we went up to ...