Hotel RistoArte Corys

Address: Loc. Torreone, 6/7, Cortona, Tuscany, 52044, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Loc. Torreone, 6/7, Cortona, is near Museo dell'Accademia Etrusca, Cortona's Cathedral (Duomo), and Badia.
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Travel Blogs from Cortona

Under the Tuscan Moon...

A travel blog entry by adamandelisa on Jun 20, 2015

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... me speechless....Michaelangelo's work over years and years....the final judgement, the last supper, God giving life to Adam...the handing over of the keys to St. Peter...I could go on and on. And after hours of walking and viewing all of these things, you then enter St. Peters Basilica where you are again overwhelmed by altars, statues, tombs, and the altar of St. Peter. Exit there and you see St. Peter's square ...

Castiglione del Lago and Cortona

A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Aug 24, 2014

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... and we moseyed on over to the butcher's shop. Today he had some huge t-bones of florentine beef. We bought one to feed all four of us. Now all we needed was a BBQ. All the ones around here are charcoal burners. We had some bags of charcoal and some firelighters but, beyond that, no idea. I couldn't work out how to make the charcoal burn. Jo googled, I fiddled, and between us we just shoved a bunch of fire lighters in the bottom of the BBQ, lit them, covered them with ...

Full bellies and spectacular stars!!

A travel blog entry by amoreitaly on Aug 13, 2013

28 photos

... back to Melbourne. And the Canadian couple are on their honeymoon.

It's been an amazing day with a lovely group of people and Shirley drops us back into Cortona and we say our goodbyes. By now it's ten and I find the B&B and although I'm so full I could burst, or rather lie down and my day be over, the reason I wanted to be in Tuscany on these dates are because I'd read in Frances Mayers book 'Everyday in Tuscany' about the annual ...

Home time

A travel blog entry by oclc on Apr 03, 2013

... at 11.25. The fact that by this time tomorrow I'll be back home is making me so excited that I'm verging on nauseated but who cares?
I don't really have anything more to write now because I want to get to bed so I don't fall asleep on the train tomorrow and end up missing my flight or something disastrous like that!
So, for the last time from Italy,
P.s. as a goodbye present they gave me a photo of the kids in a photo frame made of cool is that!? ...

The never-ending day

A travel blog entry by oclc on Feb 26, 2013

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... peaceful time for me looking out on those mountains and at the people skiing. The peacefulness was broken every now and then by the humorous sight of children falling face first into snow (it’s fine. I can laugh at them because I know that if I were skiing it would be equally funny for people watching. Probably funnier, because I’m much older and self-conscious and people like that always make ...