Hotel Sabatino

Address: S.S.Aurelia 113, Follonica, Tuscany, 58022, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on S.S.Aurelia 113, Follonica.
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    Travel Blogs from Follonica

    From Lucignano to Roma

    A travel blog entry by 111days on Jan 05, 2015

    8 photos

    ... Vatican museum, which includes the Sistine Chapel; the Pantheon, and the most expensive, and fabulous shopping street in Rome, along with many spectacular churches.

    I found Saint Peter’s Basilica surprisingly lovely, despite both the size, and vast amount of detail. I thought there was a good balance between decoration and 'lightness’ of it all, if that makes sense. In another words it wasn’t too overwhelming. ...

    Pining for France… in Italy

    A travel blog entry by bharat.ranjan on Sep 24, 2014

    12 photos

    ... I discovered that the island is known for its clear blue waters and mostly secluded beaches. The terrain is very varied with towering mountains to the west, the flat center with the main towns of Portoferraio and Campo nell'Elba, and the iron rich Monte Calamita to the east. This unique combination of blue waters, green forests, and high mountains is what what makes Elba unique. On any given ...

    Via Orbetello

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... of hay, corn and sunflowers, with bamboo and trees along the creek lines.

    Into Orbetello, situated on a causeway linking the mainland to what otherwise would be an island. Two outer lines of dunes have created two large saltwater lakes either side of Orbetello and its causeway. Pleasant town with some remnant walls and a fortified entry portal. Continued onto the ...

    Tuscany Baby

    A travel blog entry by werglobemasters on May 12, 2012

    131 photos

    ... handling sharp objects, as they had not had too much sampling yet by that time in meal preparation. We stirred our sofrito’s, smashed garlic, searched for herbs, chopped rosemary/lemon peel and garlic to stir into the mascarpone cheese to be placed under the skin of the seared chicken; we watched the master knead the foccacia bread, and then dined on the results. We kneaded our own pasta dough, and then draped the lasagna noodles around anything and anyone that was ...

    Birthday dinner

    A travel blog entry by 5wksineurope on May 06, 2012

    5 photos

    Bruce had arranged a private chef to cook a 4 course dinner for my special night and boy was it so delicious !!
    Entree was a selection of antipasto - salami, cheese, prosciutto etc,

    1st course - fettuccine with a tomato and mushroom ragout,

    Main course - wild boar and juniper berries with peas and bacon,

    Dessert was an apple marigold cake

    All washed down with a lovely sparkling dry white from the North ...