Hotel Termale Castanea

Address: Via Roma 9, Porretta Terme, Emilia-Romagna, 40046, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Roma 9, Porretta Terme.
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      A rest day, food, wine and train rides.

      A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 14, 2014

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      ... the sign. I think the super soft creaminess combined with the cream on top is the absolute cracker in making it good. So tonight, the stop Lucca will be our base for four days while we tour Pisa, Florence, and tuscany. It is Joelene's birthday in two days so i a, hoping i can organise a late train back from florence to have something nice sorted for her ...

      Finally here...

      A travel blog entry by aloro on May 09, 2014

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      It was 9PM in Toronto when our flight took off... We landed in Rome at 11:40am on Friday. And then the adventure began as we caught three trains to get to our Villa. With really no set time to arrive, Rimy and I purchased train tickets and had the most fun waiting around while sampling wine and espresso. All good. Tomorrow we take an early train to Florence for two guided tours. See ya ...

      Florence, Italy--Naked David in The Land of Shoes

      A travel blog entry by kittymartini on Oct 01, 2013

      3 comments, 57 photos

      ... that materialize in your face when the first few drops start falling. They're masters of umbrella hustling. The guys selling cheesy paper art reproductions on the street aren't too bright. If this was their career choice, they might be better off selling water bottles. The first day in Florence is trying to figure out the maze of skinny circular streets that all seem to lead to an enormous church or a gelatto shop. In the rain, we were hunting down ...


      A travel blog entry by cheenosineurope on Jan 30, 2013

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      ... to San Pietro in Montorio and Bramante's il Tempietto, the only structure in the complex to survive intact after WWII. Went up Gianicolo hill. Passed several monuments to the war-dead of Rome, especially those who died in the last stand of the anti-Papal revolution in 1849. Great views from Gianicolo lookout. Back down, this time to the piazza in front of St Maria in Tratevere. ...

      'I Love Rock 'n' Roll' in a ristorante?

      A travel blog entry by stephani.smith on Apr 08, 2012

      Ok, not what I'd been expecting to hear between courses of tortellini and ribollito... But hey, I expect the locals thought it was a bit unusual for two Americans to be playing air guitar briefly ala Joan Jett, ;-). Yes, there was vino, but not that much vino. Getting used to drinking it all the time with the exception of 'breakfast' - cappuccino with a pastry. Off to the Bargello... After a caffè ...