Albergo Villa Nencini
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Banquet room
- Russian TV Channels Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Albergo Villa Nencini Volterra
Travel Blogs from Volterra
... The original version of the story was released as a serial and had Pinocchio hung for his transgressions, but Collodi's editor suggested the softer ending that we all know in which the mischievous puppet is turned into a real boy and lives happily ever after.
Mid-afternoon we arrived at another family-owned albergo, the Villa Il Rioddi. An entirely Italian-language reception, a sunny terrace, a quick swim (for MIchael) ...
... we haven’t had a bad ice cream out here, you could tell the difference, they were just so smooth and delicious it was untrue. What a shame this place isn’t just round the corner from us, or we’d be in there all the time.
Anyway, another weekend and yet another event in Piazza Napoleon, Lucca. This time it was ‘La Belle Epoque’ which translates as ‘another excuse to have assorted vintage vehicles on ...
... vineyards of grapes, the ruins of castles on the hilltops, the random towns that just pop out of no where, this definitely was my favorite drive the entire trip. It took us about 2 hours to reach Volterra from Pisa. We parked in a public garage and went to explore this amazing little Tuscan town. Upon arrival we had some coffee at a little cafe, and got a map to see the layout ...
... through in my carry-on in an insulated lunch pack, but all I had to do was tell a security guy that it was medicine and it was all okay. He told me everything was fine, and that they would just look through my bag after it went through the scanner. But after it went through, he decided they didn't even need to do that and just sent me on, all smiles. I was rather worried and felt, as I had with Customs, that I had somehow gotten out of ...
Our own Frescoes
We debarked in Firenze into a railroad statione design influenced by our own FLWright. The hustle of Rome replaced by unhurried movement, except to help us from the burden of our Euros.
Two blocks from the station we found our host Peter Foster waiting for us in front of Via del Scalia, 21. It is a Garden Apartment, once a convent that was built in ...