Relais Dell'Ussero

Address: Via dell'Abetone e del Brennero, 50, San Giuliano Terme, Tuscany, 56010, Italy | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Via dell'Abetone e del Brennero, 50, San Giuliano Terme, is near Piazza del Duomo, Piazza Anfiteatro, Acqua Verde, and Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Mansi.
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      Travel Blogs from San Giuliano Terme

      In the footsteps of Da Vinci !!

      A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Apr 05, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... an ageing priest. The priest, hand on chest, beckoned to Signor and pointed to an overflowing bucket of water. Signor quickly realised that the priest wanted the bucket emptying. With a shake of hands and a pat on the head for me, we were all invited into his home for drinks. Never one to refuse, Signor, mindful of the steep journey back, gratefully swallowed a glass of grappa.

      After an increasingly frantic and ultimately fruitless search for the village ...

      Pisa and Lucca: More interesting than thought!

      A travel blog entry by gretchenart on Jul 28, 2013

      69 photos

      ... more Germans to join forces with them and offered a better way to enjoy the tour because I joined them too--so we had a much smaller group of 5 with our own private guide in Pisa. This meant that our tour took half as much time because there was no double translation of everything, allowing a full half hour more for us on our own!!)

      On the bus on the way to Pisa, I checked out Rick Steves suggestion on my Ipad version of his book, Italy 2013, and made my plan ...

      A slice of Pisa

      A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Apr 21, 2013

      10 photos

      ... disguise as it allowed the soil to stabilise preventing the tower from falling completely. In 1272 construction began once more and the upper floors were built to compensate for the lean with one side being taller than the other and meaning the tower is not perfectly straight. I expect the early architects believed this to be a colossal building fail and yet now it is one of the most visited sites ...

      Siena and Assisi

      A travel blog entry by lysebrooks on Oct 12, 2012

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... of winning the race, 3 laps around, while thousands watch from the centre. It has run continuously since 1649. Visited the Duomo dedicated to Saint Catherine of Siena with a local guide. Travelled to Assisi, what a magnificent town! It is high up on a hill, overlooking a beautiful agricultural valley. The cathedral was built in honour of Saint Francis. When I was young, a great aunt, who was very religious used to read to ...

      Cinque Terre - "the five lands"

      A travel blog entry by faffanddanltd on Apr 29, 2012

      1 comment, 39 photos

      ... fence so we could get around it :P He was very helpful :P We continued on the walk and I spoke to a young boy from the Australian family, and they were from Perth :) We could see the little harbour down in Vernazza from the path, and it is still full of solid dirt from the mudslide :(

      We finally arrived in Vernazza after about a two hour walk and went down to the main street. Pretty much all of the street-level shops on the main street are still closed and ...