Villa Montaperti

Address: Podere Montaperti III, 58, Volterra, Tuscany, 56048, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Podere Montaperti III, 58, Volterra, is near Palazzo dei Priori, Teatro Romano (Roman Theater & Baths), Cathedral of Volterra (Duomo), and Baptistery.
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      Day 9 - Vampire Hunting

      A travel blog entry by custrdcar on Jul 03, 2014

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      We've been without Wi-Fi for almost a week now so I'm quite behind on my blog. I kept notes so you'll see about 4 entries all at once.

      Leaving Florence was much easier than driving into the city. After a quick breakfast at the hotel we retrieved the car from the garage and were on our way back out to the Tuscan country side. We were heading to Volterra but we stopped in Siena along the way. Siena is known for their medieval style horse racing. ...

      Under the Tuscan Sun

      A travel blog entry by abi.latham on May 09, 2013

      18 photos

      ... not as good as I make or we have had in Aussie. It had no cream, a fair bit of olive oil in the bottom of the bowl and little bits of egg which I would say we're overlooked. Hmmm nonetheless it was tasty and it filled the spot. We were quite tired as it takes a lot of care and energyit negotiating *********e ground which is uneven and those slopes and sun (tough life on the road exploring).

      It was dark when we finished dinner so knowing that finding ...

      Wednesday in Tuscany

      A travel blog entry by darnold on Sep 26, 2012

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      ... so first stop was fuel, then we headed for Volterra. It was another winding, curvy road, but the topography was different because most of the fields were plowed so you got the Tuscan rolling hills with brown and green mixed, and of course the Cypress trees and some big houses in the landscape. We hit the town which is on a high hill. We've decided in Tuscany, if you don't walk up a hill or steps, it''s not worth seeing. Volterra is an ...


      A travel blog entry by chrispy. on May 08, 2012

      ... pictures was shocking. Mud piled 13 ft high rolled through some of the towns, throwing cars and wiping out buildings.. Nonetheless, still an amazing site to see each town tucked into its cove along the coast and the first hike I did was probably the best hike - as I was able to hike into the mountains away from everything and everyone and still see the for each towns description, in numerical order but my hike actually went from 5 to 1 (North to South). ...

      Day 44

      A travel blog entry by nevjoan on Jul 08, 2011

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      ... royal welcome by the head steward.
      He has been missing me and also Rui the Maitre De came to see me.
      It was lovely to be able to eat a meal at the table again.
      It was Italian night and we had Lemon Chello.
      Thought of you all on the Diamond.
      Say hi to Alma & give her our love please.
      Hope the Arts & Crafts go well tomorrow & you sell plenty.
      Well must do our breakfast menu & put on the door knob & then ...