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Travel Blogs from Chianciano Terme
... girls who were getting ready for a night out earlier at the bathroom while she was brushing her teeth.... BUGGER.
At least this time it only lasted until about midnight.
Up at half 7 in the morning, we both seemed to have slept relatively solidly (after the band finished) and we got everything packed in about 45 minutes. Emma explained that her ear was agonizingly sore, and probably getting worse, we decided to talk to our hosts when we arrived later in the day and ...
... and the grounds amazing, and left behind magnificent gardens with a massive emphasis on the water features! Fountains like you would not believe line the terraced gardens.
After a little walking, we had some lunch in front of a stunning fountain, fresh buffalo mozarella and ham with some bread, the mozarella was so moist that when cut the amount of milk like juice that ran from the cheese was awesome!
We kept wandering throught the ...
... groan!) I then started a thriller called Eeny Meeny about a female serial killer, which I am really enjoying. I’ve already been on Amazon to download my next book. Holidays and reading; a marriage made in heaven!
When we eventually left our prime real estate, we came back to the Dub all sweaty and suntanny, and noticed our red bits! We spent ages chatting and then showered before Lyn cooked chicken on the ...
... got changed into swimsuits in the Dub, popped dresses over the top, (not Lyn!) and I strode confidently up a path saying they must be up here! They weren’t, but the path took us into the town, which is beautiful, with a huge public square pool with thermal waters as a centerpiece. Trust me you wouldn’t want to bathe in that, it looked stagnant. The buildings around it were beautiful though. I asked someone where we could go swimming, but the German tourist I asked ...
... usual way, by reading, while Lyn went for a bike ride around the lake. He came back enthused by what he had seen and done. He rode about 12 miles and up some incredibly steep hills, does a 1 in 4 gradient mean anything to anyone??
Once he came back and chilled for all of 5 minutes I decided it was time we went for a walk. The nearest town of Passignano was only a mile down the road so we sauntered down there. We walked near the lake, ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking