Hotel delle Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel delle Terme Campiglia Marittima
Travel Blogs from Campiglia Marittima
... a search which would find these precious ruins. We had an exhibition of alabaster carving, very interesting. It is shaped using a lathe and files and then polished with baby oil and talc. Nina recommended lunch at La Carabaccia, a local Volterran restaurant with no 'tra-la-la'! Delicious pasta with lamb sauce. We spent the afternoon strolling the town including a park with a view of the Medici Fortezza, built ...
... final leg of our bus ride winds up to ' Earth with Wings'. Volterra appears to float above the mist and the weather has turned cooler. Our Hotel La Locanda is at the end of a narrow cobbled street. Volterra is a hilltop town with sections of wall to keep out the aggressive enemies. We have a brief walk through part of the town and then a group dinner where we sit with Robert and Elma, Joe and Katherine from ...
... area out in the middle of the nowhere/the mountains. Silver pipes crisscrossing the mountainsides and roads. The locals would have been torn between the changing landscape and the prosperity generated by the multiple power stations dominating everything.
Voltarre, a walled city on a pinnacle, with narrow windy streets even outside the walls. Rain threatening and windy, but ...
The CIRCA performers were long gone, onto their next venue before we headed down to breakfast. Heading to the coast, scooted round Rome on the autostrada, wonderful. Banks of flowering oleander brightening up the autostrada roadside. Thriving in the local climate.
Coming off the autostrada, nearly came a cropper. Paul actually paid the toll to a person, who was so ...
... their favorite local snack "The Bones of the Dead."
We stayed at another privately owned villa here, and although not as fancy as the villa in Lucca, we were struck by the fact that so many Italian businesses and hotels are family owned and operated. We've received better service at these hotels than the larger chains, and the prices are considerably cheaper. Upon a return visit I'd definitely stay in the smaller towns and visit Florence via day trips. ...