The hot tub to natural saturnia, Italy.

Italy 1Located in saturnia manciano in the province of grosseto. This is the waterfall with access free then there are the spa at payment with many pools and tanks with hot tub is all really lovely

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It lies about 23 miles northeast of Orbetello and the coast. Near the village, 800 litres per second of sulphurous water at 37 °C gushes over a waterfall and down into a cascade of natural pools formed by the deposition of calcareous rock from evaporation of the water.

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Saturnia takes its name from the Roman god Saturn (us). Legend has it that he grew tired of the constant wars of humans, and sent a thunderbolt to earth that created a magic spring of warm sulphurous water which would pacify mankind.

Dionysius of Halicarnassus lists Saturnia as one of the towns first occupied by the Pelasgi and then by the Etruscan civilization. A Roman colony arrived in 183 BC, but little is known about it other than the fact that it was a prefecture. There are still remains of the city walls, in the polygonal style, which contain Roman gateways. Roman remains have also been discovered within the town, and remains of tombs outside. These tombs were originally covered by tumuli, which have now disappeared, so that George Dennis, author of Cities and Cemeteries of Etruria, mistook them for megalithic remains.

In 1300, Saturnia became the hideout of outlaws and was razed to the ground by the Sienese. Forgotten for several centuries, Saturnia was rediscovered in the late 19th century when the land around the spring was drained and a spa built. Thousands of visitors come to bathe in the waters to this day.

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Inntel Hotel Amsterdam, Zaandam

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“The hotel looks like it is taken from a storybook, and the rooms are unique and modern.”

Located in Zaandam, Inntel Hotel Amsterdam Zaandam is an easy drive from Amsterdam and provides a sauna, a Turkish steam bath and an indoor pool. It offers 4-star air-conditioned rooms and a stylish restaurant.

This modern hotel provides an express check-in and check-out feature, a beauty centre and 24-hour room service. It has child-minding services, a currency exchange and a reception that operates around the clock.

Rooms at Inntel Hotels are modern and provide a mini bar, a kitchenette and a microwave. Hot drinks can be made with the complimentary tea and coffee supplies, and enjoyed in the comfort of the room’s sitting area.

A satisfying breakfast is available each morning at Inntel Hotels Amsterdam Zaandam, and there are numerous cafés and eateries close by. Drinks can be enjoyed at the bar.

The area surrounding Inntel is well-known for its nightlife, with lots of places to go for a drink or dance. The friendly staff at the tour desk are available to book and organise activities in Zaandam.

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“Sail Amsterdam” 19 until 23 August 2015

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