Sebastiano

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

Florence

A travel blog entry by reenashah on Jun 21, 2013

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... we walked into our hostel and saw about 20 other GTLers. I have no idea how this always happens, but it just does. It was awesome to party with all of them. We went out to a club and unfortunately, one of my friend's got sick so had to deal with that. But that's what friends are for. The next day, we knew we had lots to see in Rome so we got up relatively early, shopped some more at the markets and headed to Rome! ...

Florence here we come!!

A travel blog entry by gtlr on May 12, 2013

1 comment, 1 photo

... However we made it to the Museo which is Liam adored but was a little bit over Rachel's head however she & I watched all the video demos and spent our time working out how old things were and what was the oldest in each collection until we came to the medici part where they had the wax models of pregnancy and childbirth, well this was a bit beyond Rachel and her comment (quite loudly) was "That's so disgusting" to which the only other English lady and I in the room ...

Testing the Bus System

A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Sep 21, 2012

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... towers of which only 14 still remain. The towers like in Lucca were built by the wealthy as protection from enemies as well as each other because the families in the town often feuded among themselves. In 1348, the plague cut the population from 13000 to under 4000 and the good days were over. Florence took over the town, tore down most of the towers and directed the trade route elsewhere. Part of the reason the town is well preserved is because nobody much cared about it after it ...

Au Revoir Morocco, Buon Giorno Italy!

A travel blog entry by kallistrates on May 23, 2012

... if it were mated with more sugar and imitation grains that's all held together with good 'ol high fructose corn syrup... Mmmm, what more could a starving individual who's used to eating 7 nutrient timed, balanced meals a day want, right? Surly it will help keep my blood sugar steady, my mood good and my belly feeling satiated. And to top it all off, ...

On the road again...

A travel blog entry by bitzofcarla on Aug 21, 2011

... begging bartenders and shopkeepers to use their phones! Little did we know, we were even luckier than we could have imagined at the time, because that hostel room happened to be filled with one of the coolest groups of people I have ever experienced. Having traveled in similar spots when I was 18, I guess I somehow expected to come across backpackers more similar to myself at that age (moderately immarture!) which would have been totally okay as well. Somehow though, our ...

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