Travel Blogs from Chianciano Terme, Italy

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Our base for Tuscany, Chianciano Terme, Italy travel blog

Our base for Tuscany

A travel blog entry by c.i.222

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... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHIANCIANO TERME: Map of Tuscany   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chianciano Terme (or spa) in the Italian region of Tuscany can trace its history back to the 5th century BC and the Etruscans. The ...

Our weekend on the Farm, Argiano, Italy travel blog

Our weekend on the Farm

A travel blog entry by mamakass

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... . One of the unexpected pleasures on the farm was a very nice pool with fantastic views of two nearby "hill towns", Montepuliciano and Chianciano. We spent part of both Saturday and Sunday by the pool trying to beat the heat. At night time, ...

Movin' on to Chianciano!, Chianciano Terme, Italy travel blog

Movin' on to Chianciano!

A travel blog entry by jasaunderss

... face and said she's doing better, which makes me feel better.   Then it was back to the bus.       Arrived in Chianciano Terme (terme=spa - the place is crawling with them due to the mineral springs) at 2:30 pm at the Grand Ambassadori Hotel. We ...

Traveling South In L'italia, Chianciano Terme, Italy travel blog

Traveling South In L'italia

A travel blog entry by marklattanzi

10 Sept 2011 Ortisei to Chianciano Terme, Italy 35 kilometers bike from Ortisei to Bolzano 3 trains from Bolzano to Chiusi 18 kilometers from Chiusi to Chianciano Terme We all packed up in the morning.  Matt and Shawn headed for the bus stop to catch ...

Saturnia  - Chianciano Therme, Chianciano Terme, Italy travel blog

Saturnia - Chianciano Therme

A travel blog entry by elijan

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Jan ist bereits unterwegs Richtung Thermalquelle, ich geniesse das „Bett“ einmal für mich alleine. Gross ist es ja nicht... 140cm bereit & steinhart. Ja Luxus ist anders aber wir erleben mit diesem Gefährt viel! Es riecht draussen nach ...

Pienza, Chianciano Terme, Italy travel blog

Pienza

A travel blog entry by jasaunderss

... 4 pm for the Italian equivalent of the siesta. Makes for perfect photo ops because the people leave too.  When we got back to Chianciano, Fernando showed us how to get around a bit more. We stopped at the local supermarket, the "Coop" and I stocked up ...

Beautiful Florence!, Chianciano Terme, Italy travel blog

Beautiful Florence!

A travel blog entry by jasaunderss

... , thanking us on behalf of his grandfather. The cemetery was so peaceful there, and incredibly moving.  I'm pretty sure my Uncle fought in Italy during the war (drove tanks, if I remember what Mom told us), so I took lots of photos and got a brochure for ...

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