Bed and Breakfast La Tortora

Via del Capricorno 1, Perugia, Umbria, 06131, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Perugia

Assisi, The City of Peace

A travel blog entry by elaineandtom

18

... monks today. We returned to Assisi in the evening for dinner and then happened to find a chamber music concert in a small chapel. It was performed by members of the Assisi performing arts, a group of musicians from all over the world who come to Assisi for 3 weeks during the summer to study and perform. We heard a variety of music from Mendelssohn, Saint-Saens, Hindemith, and a piece for flute and bassoon by Villa-Lobos. A great day! Going to Montelcino tomorrow. ...

Cooking School in Assisi

A travel blog entry by elaineandtom

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Today we had a cooking class at our bed and breakfast in Assisi. Letizia was a great teacher and cook. We were also joined by another guest from England. We made a lentil, tomato and mozzarella salad, a spinach fritatta, stringozzi pasta, and limoncello melon panacotta for desert. It was all tradition Umbrian food, and she did a wonderful job teaching us the different techniques in ...

Great Start to Vacation!

A travel blog entry by elaineandtom

8

When Tom began planning the trip in November, he was checking into using our frequent flyer miles and found a flight with seats in Envoy class on the way to Rome using less points than coach. Needless to say, that determined the date we left! What a great way to begin our trip. We each had our own pod which reclined into a flat bed. We were given a set set of ...

Orvieto underground

A travel blog entry by pwhalen

22

... wasn't raining, as there was minimal space indoors, and the tables were set up outside. Once the occupancy reached 24, the place was full. That was dealt with by setting up more tables and chairs, encroaching onto public open space, but no-one was the least bit bothered. The kitchen was tiny with the window open to provide fresh air. I popped up to take a photo and then we're being handed a plate of "tastes" through the window. Wonderful ...

Help from an unexpected source

A travel blog entry by pwhalen

18

... churches and, of course, the essential coffee shop. A very clean historical area, hardly any cigarette butts or bits of rubbish. The first evidence of settlement dated back to 11-10th C BC, with the city walls being constructed 6-1stC BC well before being conquored and colonised by the romans in the 1stC AD. After many centuries of prosperity alternating with decline (wars, politics, ...

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