B&B Querciabella

strada della querciabella 185, Senigallia, Marche, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Senigallia

Abbey of Chiaravalle of Fiastra

A travel blog entry by wanderlustgirl1

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... exploring was a mini underground museum complete with wooden walkways and showcase items. The church was built according to the principles of poverty, simplicity and essentiality. One of the artifacts on display inside the church is a replica of the shroud of turin. It is a lot smaller in person than what it seems from pictures. The Abbey of Chiaravalle is a quiet, quaint, and very peacefull little corner of the ...

What do we do with a drunken sailor....

A travel blog entry by baxterjune14

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Leaving Florence for Ancona today...

Up early to finalise packing so that we can get to the train station early to avoid any rushing like we did in Paris … mind you it is only a five minute walk!!!

Isla had her first major melt down…I think she fired all the way to the station because she didn’t want to wear her boots and her pants Draz had chosen.

The train has arrived and we boarded OK, bit of rush to get luggage ...

Ferry to Ancona

A travel blog entry by alexvarelas

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We caught a ferry with our car from Split to Ancona, at 8pm. The ferry took 10.5hours. We had our own cabins with beds and a shower. There were restaurants and cafes on the ferry and we watched the World Cup. We arrived in Ancona, a city in Central Italy at 7.30am.

When we got into Ancona, it was raining but we went to a cafe and ...

A very busy day

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday

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... of Mary, mother of Jesus. Another set showed the life of Jesus. On the end wall was a really scarey painting of heaven and hell. Hell was really not a nice place!
The amazing thing about the paintings is that they look like they were painted in the 19th not the 14th Centuery. The faces looked so real and there was real humour in some of them. The little details in between the panels was really beautiful. They were in the Scrovegni ...

Meraviglia

A travel blog entry by wanderlustgirl1

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... lose them it doesn't mean that they are lost. This is an incredible lesson I have learned.

For lunch I made homemade pest with Sonia, it was so incredible. The verb "pestar" is italian and it means "to grind" with a pestal. This is where the term pesto comes from. Before blenders and bimbies pesto was made with a mortar and pestal. Basil leaves, pine nuts, and olive oil were ground into a paste, ...

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