Travel Blogs from Perugia, Italy

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A day in Perugia, Perugia, Italy travel blog

A day in Perugia

A travel blog entry by jeroenandlinda

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... . It takes about 20 minutes and it is good value for 1 Euro. After our metro adventure we roamed around the streets of Perugia for a bit, practicing the Italian art of doing nothing. That evening we went back to Claudio for our steak with cognac and white ...

Happy Bday to ME!, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Happy Bday to ME!

A travel blog entry by jeroenandlinda

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... made it easier for Linda to find the restaurant 'La Taverna'. This restaurant is the highest rated restaurant on tripadvisor for Perugia and the reviews are raving. She secretly made reservations here for my birthday. When we arrived at the restaurant ...

Back to the Countryside, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Back to the Countryside

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... to go to, in fact a couple of places we had been to before, and we wanted to show Zonth, life outside of Florence   Perugia   Built on a hill, a huge hill in fact, and once the car was parked, we walked. The old city is good. It was hard to ...

The horse race of Siena, Siena, Florence and Perugia, Italy travel blog

The horse race of Siena

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... the van and Lucy and I were sleeping under the stars. Melanie would insist all the windows had to remain closed, hence the outside sleeping. Perugia was good but we had driven to this area as we wanted to see Il Palio in Siena. The twice annual horse race ...

picture, Perugia, Italy travel blog

picture

A travel blog entry by apedosmil

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just a picture.new ...

Mel's Birthday, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Mel's Birthday

A travel blog entry by meljess

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... birthday cake. We then met the whole class out for drinks at the Terrazza (Terrace) which has a great panoramic view of Perugia's outskirts, and which makes really good cocktails (well, not as good as cookie). After lots of chit-chat and Mojitos, we ...

Umbria, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Umbria

A travel blog entry by jennyraymoran

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Drive a long way to Montecino and the Abbey at Sant Altimo where we heard the Monks chant. Got lost a couple of times driving across to Montefalco to where our Umbria B & B was located. Navigator very stressed. Driver under control as usual. Visited ...

first few days, Perugia, Italy travel blog

first few days

A travel blog entry by aquinn

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... . The area around the station is not much fun, and the city is just too big to deal with when I am so tired. So I got to Perugia yesterday. I had this idea that Perugia was less than an hour from Rome, and that it would be easy to come back for the day. I ...

Day 19 Esantoglia to Zadar, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Day 19 Esantoglia to Zadar

A travel blog entry by team3cooks

... different lifestyle to the uk. 5. There currency is pizza, pasta and ice cream- you haven't tried pizza until you come to Italy. ( i never want a dominos again) and also they are so cheap! Ice cream isnt ice cream until you have been to a 'Gelateria'. ...

More Pictures!, Perugia, Italy travel blog

More Pictures!

A travel blog entry by apedosmil

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New Photos from my trip to Asissi (by motorbike) and a few from my trip to Firenze ...

assisi, Perugia, Italy travel blog

assisi

A travel blog entry by aquinn

I've just been bumming around here in perugia. There are lots of interesting people, and they are all friends with each other. I wish they were my friends too. the other day i realized that there are more people working at the hotel than i had ...

International Chocolate Festival, Perugia, Italy travel blog

International Chocolate Festival

A travel blog entry by blairlax26

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The international chocolate festival in Perugia was insanely overwhelming. But I did come out of it with a couple of chocolate bars and a new red ...

Day 1 in Italy!, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Day 1 in Italy!

A travel blog entry by tanzamarie

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... …2 minutes before departure. The rest of the ride was rather unexciting. I went from Ancona to Foligno changed buses and went to Perugia. I got a cab to my hotel which was much farther than the ferry dock to the Ancona train station, but it was less ...

A quiet back water, Perugia, Italy travel blog

A quiet back water

A travel blog entry by sarahandstutour

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... had trouble hauling Stu out of the water!! but good views of the lake and nice to have the wind through your hair.  Perugia a beautiful old town, I'd recommend coming to this area for just afew days and when some of the medieval festivals are on from ...

Pilgrimage from Perugia!, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Pilgrimage from Perugia!

A travel blog entry by runelight_vlc

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... 15€ each!! Back to the car, for the next leg of the journey to the town of Assissi. This meant heading back towards Perugia and a little in the other direction. You can see the town on the hill as you head towards it and an impressive sight it is ...

Missed out on visiting Assisi (still heavy rain!), Perugia, Italy travel blog

Missed out on visiting Assisi (still heavy rain!)

A travel blog entry by sasha0001

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It rains non-stop! Am I really in Italy in summer?, Perugia, Italy travel blog

It rains non-stop! Am I really in Italy in summer?

A travel blog entry by sasha0001

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Cioccolato, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Cioccolato

A travel blog entry by siarakelyndali

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Hi Everyone! This past weekend was the Perugia Chocolate Festival…It was amazing!  Basically, I was in heaven.  It was a chocolate lover’s paradise.  We took a bus from Florence and arrived in Perugia by mid morning.  It ...

Our Apartment, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Our Apartment

A travel blog entry by meljess

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... Uni if this was true. She informed us that it was un-true. We will be sure to get them back somehow! Friday night in Perugia was our first party night. We began the night with drinks at Bar Eden and then went to Domus, the only centrally located ...

Mosaics and Motor Madness!, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Mosaics and Motor Madness!

A travel blog entry by runelight_vlc

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... right into the main pedestrian square of the city, right towards the Fontana Maggiore, one of the most important monuments in Italy, not just Perugia. We bagan circling it in panic as though it were a roundabout, shouting at each other for each others ...

Arrividerci a Roma, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Arrividerci a Roma

A travel blog entry by johnnyg

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... 't get internet access for a while. Today we got up and caught the bus straight to the Rome train station. We bought tickets to Perugia in Umbria. It is a medieval town built into the side of a hill and so beatuiful that the few photos I took don't do it ...

Just a little bit of chocolate!, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Just a little bit of chocolate!

A travel blog entry by dinoshona

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... . Now this is the real heart of Italy, were you slow your pace to suit the life around you. One of Italy's best preserved hill towns, Perugia is famous for its chocolates. You can see that little architecturally has changed with-in the city walls in the ...

bad news, Perugia, Italy travel blog

bad news

A travel blog entry by aquinn

... at the beginning. wednesday nights my friends and i always go to the festa di rock at st. andrews, a little club in center perugia. it's a nice club. usually the bands are pretty good, and at least it's not an annoying discoteque. people go there to ...

Dash to Venice via Perugia, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Dash to Venice via Perugia

A travel blog entry by cynthiahegerty

... to make watermelon gelato is very difficult and requires a lot of fruit because of the structure of the fruit. The camp grounds in Perugia are out of the city and not marked. The Italians are not good at marking places of interest – they need to ...

Just some new pictures, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Just some new pictures

A travel blog entry by apedosmil

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Check out the newest pictures in the ...

Getting Started, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Getting Started

A travel blog entry by apedosmil

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... to pick it up tomorrow. At least it wasn't my clothes they left. Then we got on bus for a three hour ride to Perugia. I slept almost the whole ride because I was so exausted and dehydrated that I was shaking and my head was spinning. Finally we arrived. ...

15th July 2000 Perugia, Perugia, Italy travel blog

15th July 2000 Perugia

A travel blog entry by gavinc

... . The base of the arch are the original Etruscan gateway, topped by Augustus when he re-founded the city in his own name Augusta Perugia. Subsequently, houses have been built into and on top of the walls on either side. We walked around the walls on a ...

Truffle Town!, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Truffle Town!

A travel blog entry by runelight_vlc

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... material has been found. In fact the largest stone tablet of Estruscan writing is here in the Archaeological museum of Perugia. I'm digressing again, reader, I apologise. Anyway, the city of Perugia is build around its principal source of water, a well ...

In beautiful Perugia, Perugia, Italy travel blog

In beautiful Perugia

A travel blog entry by tanya.falknau

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... summer they don't make as much chocolate).  Still worth it though because of course, it is a chocolate factory. The bonus was Perugia itself.  This is a lovely area, very pretty and a beautiful old town.  Early night tonight, the first for ...

Bomax and the chocolate factory, Perugia, Italy travel blog

Bomax and the chocolate factory

A travel blog entry by eliandvicky

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... we were 1,300m up. We we were actually in a cloud!! The view of Assisi from up there is amazing. We then stopped in Perugia. We saw the fountana maggiore which is said to hold the virgins wedding ring. It is made of pink and white stone, surrounded by ...

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