Hotel Terme di Saturnia
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... the rough areas just off the fairway from rooting ferel pigs. The pro shop did tell us we get a free drop from the "pig rough". Unbelievable. We did not let it slow us down, but it was a visible blight on the course.
Our round took about three hours forty to finish. Carved from an old olive grove, there were olive trees everywhere. In fact there were ...
... the coast. We walked about half of it on the beach and returned through the forest, a very nice day for a walk.
Next it was off to the small port town of Porto Ercole. The center of town surrounds a harbor with mostly pleasure craft and the odd fishing boat. Very quite this time of year as the high season ended in September and things are geared down for the fall and winter. We had pizza for ...
... an outside staircase is the bedroom and bathroom. Yes, if you are in the main area and have to go to the bathroom you have to go outside and down a flight of steps. Praying for no rain. The cabin smells a bit musty but the views from patio and the sounds of the sea and wind instead of the honking of horns and winding engines of motor scooters has helped to off set some of ...
... the glass industry in Piegaro grew and, by the 15th century, there were a number of small glass studios within the walls of the town. As the town’s fame and popularity increased they saw the creation of a large industrial sized factory, that today is the Museo del Vetro, Glass Museum. Here mechanised presses and ovens were built to produce bottles, goblets and flasks on an industrial scale. Here you can see the demijohn and ...
... road. We walked through the cypress and fig trees to a lovely little spot where the baths were. There was only one other couple there , lovely local Italians that we had a pleasant fractured Eng-Ital-ish conversation with .
Discretely popped on the swimsuits and slipped into the lovely warm water, and awaited our miracle. The water was kind of "hard" obviously with all the minerals and salts in there. It was hot and we had to get out several times to cool ...