Travel Blogs from Terni
... and various receipts to choose only the cash. I know how this feels, having been fleeced by gypsies in Venice, Russians in Shanghai and JDs in Brussels. But it was his first experience, and devastating: existential dread for 3 days. So Bologna was not a high point of the trip, although the sympathy and genuine concern we received from our hosts, Cinzia and Vito, warmed our hearts. Cinzia even whipped the newly purchased tablecloth off the table for us to ...
... in a Morroccan inspired spa, and starts in a circular room lit only by candlelight, where with you rest on a recliner in a big soft robe, with soft relaxing music playing, and sip on a herbal tea...followed by an iris and reflexology analysis, massage, oil treatment, herb wrap, hamman and full body scrub, finished off by floating in the whirlpool as you watch the patterns of the changing lights underwater....it was divine and much more luxurious than the Hamman I had in Morrocco ...
... seven. When Antonio & Iris purchased La Foce, Iris hired Cecil Pinsent, a famous English landscaper, who had also transformed the Medici Palace, and over 14 years transformed the garden into the stunning areas you see today. Unfortunately during the war it was taken over by the Germans and de-faced and ruined, which must have been devastating when they returned home, as their entire beautiful Villa and gardens had to be ...
... are full of young people loaded up with grocery bags heading to their new accommodation. Perugia is the centre for international students in Italy and there are all sorts of language courses as well so most students here are speaking English and very excited. Great to see and hear. Lots of American and British accents. We grab a couple of great pizzas and sit and with it all ...
... as a result of volcanic eruption and ongoing erosion, the Etruscans had a highly developed culture and literary history until they finally met with disaster at the hands of the Romans, who, it appears, benefitted from the accumulated knowledge of their foe.
The township is beautiful with narrow lanes, colourful shops and unique local craft and produce, all this ...
Other places to stay in Terni
Viale Bramante 4/6, Terni | 4 star hotelfrom $92
Via Carlo Alberto dalla Chiesa 24, Terni | 3 star hotelfrom $56
Viale Della Stazione 63, Terni | 4 star hotelfrom $103
Piazza Dante Alighieri, 2/c, Terni | 3 star hotelfrom $80
Viale Della Stazione 52, Terni | 3 star hotelfrom $69
via Plinio il Giovane, 3/5, Terni | Hotelfrom $97
Via Roma, 72, Terni | Hotelfrom $66