Hotel Terme di Caldana

Address: Via Del Parco Termale 33, 57021, Venturina, Province of Livorno, Tuscany, 57021, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Del Parco Termale 33, 57021, Venturina.
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    A travel blog entry by the.sheehan on Jul 25, 2015

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    ... Italy has decided to come to San Gimignano, The traffic is jammed right up, and it takes us about half an hour just to get out of the village. The road is very windy, and we can only drive very slowly. It is far more relaxing without the GPS telling us where to go, and because it's not on I don't feel the constant urge to tell it where to go. On the way we pass a prison. It is in a lovely secluded valley in the middle of the Tuscan countryside. ...


    A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Jun 10, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... home, by many who stayed home but trivialised his incarceration by complaining that while he was not fighting the war, they had to endure hardships like, no eggs, and black-outs, and rations...
    A very good, touching read.
    So that's my book review for the week....

    Andiamo a Volterra

    A travel blog entry by hannistrong on May 13, 2015

    41 photos

    ... beautiful village and well-deserving of its tourist popularity.

    It is hard not to miss the Pinocchio puppets that hang in virtually every shop doorway in many of these Tuscan villages. It took us a minute to realize that, of course, the names Pinocchio and Geppetto must be Italian! A quick search of the origins of the Pinocchio story confirmed this: it was written by Florentine author Carlo Collodi in the early 1880s and set ...

    Looking around Montecastelli Pisano

    A travel blog entry by johnhadfield on May 06, 2015

    10 photos

    ... known to the ancient Etruscans as Velathri and to the Romans as Volaterrae. It was an interesting place, and we spent some hours there. It is very old. The Church of San Francesco was closed but we did manage to get insude St Michele Church, another very ancient building. It was begun around 1259 and has been added to and restored many times since.

    On a whim we decided to head over to Cecina, a seaside town to the west of Volterra. It is no ...

    A Happening Town on a Saturday

    A travel blog entry by powderhorn on Apr 11, 2015

    21 photos

    ... and articles, something the town is known for. We proceeded along until we found a piazza where they were holding a car rally...the starting point. All kinds of heavily decaled cars lined up waiting for their turn to race off....lots of noise and hard to imaging these cars tearing off down some of the narrow streets without being a danger to the pedestrians competing for their space.