Hotel Villa Luca

Via Piave, 37, Chianciano Terme, Tuscany, 53042, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chianciano Terme

Sickness, but trudging on to Montepulciano anyway!

A travel blog entry by lizziep


... and made a poor charade of a person coughing and said the word for cough. It's like caveman speaking, seriously. The woman behind the counter looked puzzled at first then asked "Cough drops? Are you looking for the drops or the candies?" I don't recall exactly what she said, but the point was, it was english and this was a much easier conversation than I thought it was going to be. Sigh of relief. We took a photo with the cough drops outside the pharmacy.. note the ...

Tuscany, Pienza and Doug cooking dinner...

A travel blog entry by lizziep


... to the beautiful, small, relaxing Pienza. We quickly found the post office on the main drag and found an awesome free parking spot inches away from the post office. We walked in to find two postal workers who knew about 10 English words and THANK GOD Doug has been learning Italian for the past 6 months because he could semi-communicate with them. After 20 minutes and lots of hand gestures, we figured out the right forms, labeled everything correctly and sent our boxes ahead of us.

Savoring Siena

A travel blog entry by lizziep


... it as close to the back of your tongue as you can. Hold it there and suck air into your mouth to aerosolize the oil. This will bring out the pepper flavor in the oil. I can say that olive oil from this region tastes so much better in general than the stuff we get at the grocery in the states. If you taste it without the aerosolizing business, it’s clearly grassier and more peppery than what we get back home. That’s why I’ve adopted an olive tree from ...

Seeing Siena

A travel blog entry by dmatten

... chapels I had seen in the churches that I'd visited. The ceiling was very high and had the ten commandments surrounded by clouds which was cool. The ladies section was hidden on the second floor but apparently the women and the men just sit on opposite sides of the synagogue now. After the tour I grabbed my stuff and headed down the street to Piazza Del Campo, which contained the Tower of Mangia and the Civic museum. The tower was a fun and steep climb with narrow staircases. ...

Tuscany: Siena

A travel blog entry by unsheathedsword


... the Palio Horse Race. It dates back to a couple hundred years ago and is a city tradition held in high regard -- so high that one time the pope was set to visit Siena during the race and they asked his holiness to come back another time (imagine that). This race happens around the track which is the road around the PIazza Del Campo while the people gather in the middle of the square, jammed together like sardines just to watch the race.

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This hotel, located on Via Piave, 37, Chianciano Terme, is near Historic Centre of the City of Pienza, Contucci Cantine, Terme di Chianciano, and Terme di Montepulciano.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Luca Chianciano Terme

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding