Albergo Le Terme
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Comfortable accommodation offering thermal water spas and beauty and massage services.
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After an excellent breakfast at the Hotel San Gregorio, it was time to commence our walk to Bagno Vignoni.
Leaving Pienza with a rambling descent, our hike took us through calendar-perfect Tuscan landscape, with rolling green hills crested with lines of cypress trees and stone farmhouses standing alone on hilltops. We had encountered a …
We left our villa today and began heading south east through stunning Tuscan countryside. I have been really excited about visiting some of the special Tuscan gardens..after watching Monty Don in his Special Italian Garden programme so I was excited that even after all the drama of yesterday we were still able to find the time to visit the stunning garden at vVilla Reale di Marlia. I loved every minute of it and if ...
One of the highlights of the trip so far was our morning ballooning with Chris and Claire from "Ballooning in Tuscany". We had an early start (5am) to be down at the launch field for 5.40am and then we took off at about 6.30-6.45am on a beautifully sunny morning with fantastic views over the Tuscan countryside - the pictures hopefully do it more justice than any description I can ...
... stops, I can across one which was 400meters away from a national park with thermal baths. It was only an hr or so away from sienna, so I decided that could make a good midway stop.
Hard as I was to be leaving the sea side, the drive through Tuscany did not disappoint. It was a gorgeous drive through the countryside, with spectacular view of plenty of old medieval hill top towns. It was most enjoyable I must say. The hills weren't too challenging for Lily either which is ...
We don't reach the mountain village of Rocca d’Orcia until about 2 in the afternoon, the town is dead quiet. We find our nights lodging but are afraid to knock on the door of the office of the La Cisterna nel Borgo fearing that we might wake one of the twenty folks who live in the hamlet. We need not have worried because the owner greets us with such an enthusiastic welcome, we feel that we must have visited here in a previous life. She says that the ...