Hotel Tuscania Panoramico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Tuscania
... on ice was waiting as well. We had arrived and the expectations had all been exceeded:) John and Melinda showed us all around as they have been on a Seaborn cruise before! I expect it will only take a few days before we are completely au fair with the surroundings! Then, plenty of R & R on the Seaborn Square with recliner chairs, snacks, coffee, cake etc. the biggest decision- where to have dinner!?! I know - it's a tough life but somebody had to do it :) ...
... always sleeping in hostels that I'm not quite so eager to go back to camping again. But I stick my chin up, determined to enjoy my evening in this beautiful, peaceful town. I start out by walking to another hilltop outside the walled town, following the traces of an ancient Roman road. There on the hilltop is an old cathedral and a couple of towers. As the sun sets behind the town of Tuscania in front of my and ...
... tan and then it fades after the trip. But the most interesting thing is that the women love to sit under the sun to get an even tan, and in order to do that is to go topless. Lisa and I found the little 10 year old girls almost developing running around the pool without a top. It was kind of awkward I have to admit. But, I got used to it fast, it’s just like being in the Korean Spa with all the naked women except that there are men around--- in speedos! ...
... giving us plenty of time to walk around the ship and get lost a bunch of times. At any given time there is an abundance of different activities and entertainment available and we quickly realised it would be very easy to fill up our days. Straight away our days started revolving around eating, the buffets are constantly stocked full of every type of food you can imagine and there never a shortage of people devouring it almost as quickly as the chefs can prepare it. The hot glass ...
... a magnificent building!
The Villa was intended as a Part Pad and was decorated and filled with art works to dazzle all those who were invited. It was begun by Cardinal Scipione Borghese who was a nephew of Pope Paul V. There are 20 rooms hung with paintings, tapestries and murals and containing wonderful sculptures by Bernini as well as looted Roman,Egyptian and Greek statues and mosaics.