Locanda la Bandita

Address: Via Bandita 72, Bettolle, Tuscany, Italy | Inn
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This inn, located on Via Bandita 72, Bettolle, is near Cappella di Piazza.
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Travel Blogs from Bettolle

Our Day in Florence

A travel blog entry by erzetic on May 28, 2015

... as train skipped a lot of stations. Interestingly saw full on abuse of young woman by, we assume her boyfriend. Shocking and no one to iintervene Once in car headed to Coop supermarket and topped up supplies. Headed back to villa. Brought everything inside and then went outside for cheese, bread, olives, oil, balsamic, tomatoes, and wine. What a lovely finish to a great, long day with beautiful ...

Bye bye Tuscany, hello Roma!

A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 12, 2014

... and dry. Job done! Then to a tour office as we only have 3 days here before off to the Amalfi Coast. Booked the hop on hop off for tomorrow and the Vatican and colosseum on Monday...can't go to the Vatican on a Sunday as it is closed! Will probably hit the Trevi Fountain tonight and gift a few Euro's to help pay the Italian debt. No photo's yet, so will update some tomorrow, which will include some of Tuscany. ...

The countryside near Siena

A travel blog entry by tandemduo on Sep 24, 2013

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Our day started with a visit early to the Duomo to beat the crowds. It is amazing how much time, energy, money and resources were used to create all of the churches we have seen. The striped columns and outside were very impressive in this church. Next we were off to Montereggioni and San Gimignano for a ride. The countryside was very undulating and varied from vineyards full of grapes to olive groves to forests. Every prominent hilltop seems to have a town or castle. In San Gimignano ...

Beautiful Siena

A travel blog entry by nicimarshall on Jun 10, 2013

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Leaving Cinque Terre I was a little bit afraid that the trip had peaked too early. How do you follow up paradise? As it turns out, you go to Siena. The city itself is incredible- the best preserved walled city I have seen. We learned while listening in on a walking tour that happened to be in english that during world war 2, while so many places were irrevocably damaged, Siena had a red cross hospital. As ...

Castles and Boars (not Bores) Anyone?

A travel blog entry by mamakass on Jul 10, 2012

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... out the biking shirt from a little shop in Castillina in Chianti). We had a picnic lunch in Radda in Chianti with a fantastic overlook of the valley below (see photos).

Deb wanted to see a castle so we found one; a rather famous one in this area.Castello di Brolio was up in the mountains built more than 1,000 years ago to keep the city states, affiliated with the Empire ...