Villa Valenza

Viale Passerini, 170, Cortona, Tuscany, 52044, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Viale Passerini, 170, Cortona, is near Museo dell'Accademia Etrusca, Cortona's Cathedral (Duomo), and Badia.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Valenza Cortona

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    Travel Blogs from Cortona

    Just when you thought it couldn't get any better!

    A travel blog entry by cpickess on Sep 12, 2014

    28 photos

    ... a vineyard etc. etc. The photographs can simply not do this setting justice.

    After our walk (the rain stopped for us!) Grant had a nap and I got caught up on some reading and emails and had a chance to talk to Hayley on Skype. Ross was still in classes (I'm going with that!).

    Dinner came quickly and we enjoyed a menu prepared by the chef along with some local wines. It was a simple meal made in traditional Tuscan ...

    Last days in Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by irenedelany on Sep 11, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... valleys ...rocky mountains similar to the Swartberg......Villages are high up ... Gypsy villages low down....Messy like squatter camps... The marble quarries are amazing...the countryside is flattening out, we pass groves of olive trees and vineyards as well as prickly pears galore on the roadside ... Tom is salivating! Finally we see the sea. Rod and John are at home again....another place to explore! ...

    Cortona to Orvieto - Day 23

    A travel blog entry by kerrycrosbie on Sep 07, 2013

    3 photos

    ... from the toll booth, and we were on our way. One of the most useful pieces of information given to us with regard to travelling on the autostrada is to look for the symbol of a hand, coin and notes when you pull in to pay at the toll booths. This symbol means that there is a person in the booth to take your money. This turned out to be great advice because it can be really daunting when there are 10 different toll booths to ...

    Food & Drinks

    A travel blog entry by grantandbonnie on Jun 28, 2013

    ... Service Don't expect the same service you get in the US. Period. At some point after you are seated (or seat yourself, as is often the case), they will take your order. It may be quickly, it may be much later. Don't expect drinks right off - just be ready to order everything when they ask, unless you are willing to wait a while for them to come back, which could be 5 minutes or 25 minutes. Your food will get there when its ready. Your dishes may or may not come out at the ...

    Sarcasm chasm

    A travel blog entry by oclc on Mar 18, 2013

    You know what is a disaster? The fact that foreigners don't get sarcasm. Back when I first arrived here Jessica (the girl who was the au pair before me) told me that she thought that sarcasm was a solely British thing and I think she must be right. I keep thinking of slightly sarcastic things to say and then thinking "nah, they won't get it". It's a travesty that other cultures miss out on this humor (which I believe, contrary to popular ...