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, ...

To Florence

A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 16, 2014

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... and simply caught a taxi to our hotel. It seems almost everybody in Italy who deals with tourists speaks English either well or to some extent, except taxi drivers. Ang's standard question is "do you speak English?" And the standard response is "no". She has decided to change the question to, "do you understand English", however that's likely to get the same response. The 10 minute taxi ride to the hotel cost about 10 euro. Having been in Rome we didn't have the ...

Lynnes birthday treat

A travel blog entry by eric_the_viking on Jul 07, 2014

... ll use this to come back, I think the train may be a better option. Quick cold drink near the main station then a 10 min walk along Via Nationale and we arrived at our very plush hotel on Via XXVII Aprile. Nice room but the only view is out onto the back of the hotel.

  • We need food so found a Caffe in Piazza San Marco about 5 mins walk. Salad & ...

  • Firenze e la machina

    A travel blog entry by groovyduck on Jun 23, 2014

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    ... a good look at it. A few pics attached but by this time I'd had enough of hawkers trying to flog me pictures. So I found one of the best gelaterias had a milk cream (ver important, gelato is a sorbet or milk cream, anything fluffy and mounded up in the carton is ice cream and not the real deal) and then went back and sat on the hotel terrace with some complementary prosecco until the house martins went to ...

    Veni, Vidi, Vici

    A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Aug 18, 2013

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    We came, we saw, we conquered. Rome is now miles away.

    We did enjoy our last moments, though. This morning, while Mom and Dad went to pick up our rental car, Nick and I woke up and packed up the apartment. After getting all our luggage together in our new car (which I have dubbed "Vincenzo") we stopped momentarily to admire Teatro Marcello before heading off. On our way out of Rome, we also went to the local Apple store to get a new charger for ...