Albergo Villa Nencini
Travel Blogs from Volterra
... and then take the train to Florence where we will change trains to a high speed train that will take us to Naples. We have arranged for a driver to pick us up and drive us to Positano on the Amalfie Coast, a trip that will take about an hour and a half. Positano is very hilly. We will be dropped off on a road above the apartment and then walk down 230 steps to our apartment. We have arranges for a porter to bring our luggage down. Ciao ...
... bracelet, my first purchase on holiday and found our way through the ancient stone town to the Roman Theatre ruins on the other side. Volterra is also known for it Etruscan roots and there was a lovely bling shop with replica bracelets etc in silver and gold but prices were ridiculous. I satisfied myself with the architecture instead.
We found a lovely church that has its roots going back nearly 2 thousand years. It looked just ...
June 7, 2011
An Amazing Tuesday
by Reagan G
This amazing and fun-filled Tuesday started with a city quest. The delegate3s were set loose in Piazza Novona to make their way around Rome in groups. We all found our way through the Pantheon, Piazza Colonna, Trevi Fountain and the Piazza di Spaga. We were face with the objective to answer questions about every place. We had to interact with the locals even ...
... by taxi (30 euro) to get to my hotel this afternoon. However, since I don't know what the morning rush hour is like, and I need to be at the airport by 0900, perhaps it's best that I'm in this nondescript part of Florence. Besides, I just had the most magnificent dinner!
Dear Friends, this morning I went to the closing plenary of the conference - the last day was the weakest of the conference program, and many people had already ...
... the entire time we were there I felt like we were on a movie set like A Knight’s Tale or Shakespeare in Love or something. We spent a few hours there. The view from parts of the town were spectacular, and they currently hold the Gelato title for 5 years now as 'Best Gelato in the World’ so I definitely tasted some of that of course. San Gimignano is built like a fortress, and in the pictures you will definitely see what I mean, with a well, tall walls ...
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