Bagno Santo Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and quiet. As if a lovely day couldn't get any better we sat outside our B&B Accommodation, showered and smelling slightly less of rotten egg. A chilled wine in hand, a decent view of the sunset and watching the stars come out it seemed the 100's of Italian bathers were a world away. Saturnia was sightly out of our way but well worth it for the experience; thanks for the tip Mum and Courtney! When will my towel not smell like rotten eggs? Maybe even smellier, Barney ...
... nights here instead of one. Having a walled town, a beach, a lovely pool to swim in seemed to sway me. After biking around the town and being able to climb right to the top of the fort here to get fantastic views of the town and coast, we stopped in a small bar next to the marina for a drink. When they brought our drinks they also brought out a full complimentary of delightful aurdorves. A small bowl of green fat olives, salted flatbreads, small breads with ...
We had all had a totally wonderful day enjoying our fabulous hotel and all its gorgeous surroundings. We have stayed in a broad spectrum of accommodation this trip and this hotel was our reward for some of the more dodgy places we have encountered!! I can't say much on this day because all we did was relax by the ...
... was particularly interested in the wine making he even said he wants to make it in Greece. After nearly a three hour lunch we sleepily made our way to our hotel. The hotel was a converted 12th Century castle high on its own hill, overlooking its acres of vines. The hotel was incredible with an amazing thermal ...
... Premontre. The name of the abbey may refer to Saint Anthimus of Rome, whose relics were supposedly moved here during the late 8th century.
Monastery ofSan't Antimo is particularly fine example of Romanesque Cistercian architecture. It was built in the 12th century. The exterior facade with its menagerie of animals, the capitals atop the exterior column and the remaining old frescoes are quite intriguing.
Whilst Peter and I were waiting for ...