Hotel Terme di Saturnia

Address: Via Follonata, Saturnia, Province of Grosseto, Tuscany, 58050, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Follonata, Saturnia, is near Terme di Saturnia (Spas of Saturnia).
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Travel Blogs from Saturnia


A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 04, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... stocked it with some food for us. The bedroom is gorgeous and we have an outside area too. We unpacked – put some washing on – at last – and then went for a walk around Ambra – pretty as we remembered it. No Internet – but we will cope.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Well I didn’t sleep well with the church clock dinging every half hour – pretty but annoying. After continuing with the washing, which will take ages to ...

Quiet, peaceful Tuscanny

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Oct 26, 2014

11 photos

... is alive. One of the other neat things we see are caves dug out of the rock on the roadway leading up to the village. These caves are used to store stuff or are workspaces for mechanics, wood workers and even serve as a store for local wines. These people are very ingenious when it comes to their space utilization. The sun is starting to set and the old stone just glows.

We head back to our place and pack up for tomorrow. Our next destination is Rome again. ...

Visiting Citta delle Pieve....local a

A travel blog entry by sue.phil.italy on Oct 26, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... speak very little Italian and there is no program to teach them Italian, another long term problem? I did buy them a dictionary, English/Italian and encouraged them to learn Italian. They are young, it shouldn't be too difficult and they are eager.
I talked to Aldo (bar owner) about them and he tells me they cause no trouble however he is concerned long term for his community. There is no easy fix to the world's troubled regions and ...

Revisiting Montepulchiano

A travel blog entry by scwonderwoman on Oct 25, 2014

5 photos

Oct 25, 2014 After a great breakfast, we headed out today to visit Montepulchiano,....another hillside town. We've been here before, but this time was different. For one thing it was cold. The wind was terrible. The other difference was that it was almost deserted. Last time it was earlier in the season,....and it was packed. This time there ...


A travel blog entry by sugottfried on Oct 19, 2014

10 photos

This morning we drove 1.5 hours to Orvieto - another beautiful ancient city established by the Etruscans in about the 6th century BC. Anyway it is atop a huge limestone cliff high above the valley around. The limestone is very soft and archaeologists are finding over 1400 caves underneath the main level, probably used for protection from enemies, but certainly used to dig to water tables far below. We toured some of these ...