- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... we jumped online and booked a nice B&B just down the road. Convinced we couldn't drive the 900 metres immediately we had a dried out sandwich for lunch at about 4pm, where was our routine? Our previous attempts to locate the Thermal waterfalls had resulted in us finding a nice quiet spot just upriver of the waterfall, deep enough to swim in and only a few people around. Ready for round 2 we jumped in the water and enjoyed some sulphur bathing, this time in ...
... meters deep and when you went down with your goggles on you could look through two different windows into the bar on the other side. I tried to get their attention so I could order a beer. What a novel idea. Looking from the bar side was amazing as well. Its like going to luxury resorts all the time without paying the luxury prices. Apparently its going to be 35 degrees in Rome on Monday and Tuesday, not much fun for exploring so we have slowed down a little to ...
We had all had a totally wonderful day enjoying our fabulous hotel and all its gorgeous surroundings. We have stayed in a broad spectrum of accommodation this trip and this hotel was our reward for some of the more dodgy places we have encountered!! I can't say much on this day because all we did was relax by the ...
... me ayudó encontrar el lugar para comprar pasajes de bus y también la parada para volver a Orvieta. ¡Era muy simpática! ¡Que bendición que no abrió la puerta del tren!
Civita is so special! It's like no place I've ever experienced. It's ancient history, yet still breathing! Two-thousand five-hundred years old, yet standing tall and strong! Every nook and cranny of the miniature village holds a surprise. Down one ...
... of the emperor Henry lll from 1051.
This was the period of greatest power of the abbey, which had authority over 38 churches, from Pisa to Grosseto, and control of about 1000 mansi, or farm estates, throughout Tuscany. The most important possession of the abbey was the castle of Monalcino, which was the residence of the abbot.In the mid-12th century, halted in its expansion northwards by Forence, Siena moved its attention to Montalcino. In 1145 the ...