Residence Le Corniole Aparthotel
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Travel Blogs from Arezzo
Our 5 days in Tuscany have come to an end. Farewell meal the night before at our restaurant of choice in Radda in Chianti (Le del Chianti) and had one of the best Italian meals I have ever had! We will part company with Neil and Christine for a week before joining up again in Sicily. Early rise and off to Florence to catch a train to Roma. Only 1 hour 20 minutes and we were in Roma. Hurling along at speeds up ...
... the information that you give her. And the address we had for the villa didn’t quite cut it!
We knew we were in the right vicinity – but not the right house. Luckily we did have the phone number for the owner – but of course he only spoken Italian. He passed me around the household and I managed to get across to them where we were and they said they would come and find us. So we were rescued from the side of the ...
... has a dead-straight road running from it across the valley to the next town of Sansepolcro. The village itself is very old, windy lanes, walls, very old buildings, it’s quite stunning really – occasionally you think “you’re over” hill towns and then find another one that blows you away. Glenda has started to see a heap of these little three wheeled trucks around here - she's talking about wantig one for Two Tree Lodge (check out ...
... holy season that has its own traditional Italian bread, panettone. And that brings us back to colomba, which is much like panettone (Bet you were wondering where this was going). Colomba bread is, strangely enough, baked in the shape of a dove in flight (Remember the “peace” theme; I’ll get back to it.). For weeks before Easter, stores were full of them. Colomba is essentially like its “cugino nella ...
... its walls, its churches and its goldsmiths. No less than eight walls have been built to encircle this city as the population and the city have grown over the centuries – some of the original old walls remain while others have been rebuilt in recent years. Arezzo was a major farming center and was one of the most important cities in the ancient word, together with Rome and Capua. The town holds 16 churches but one of its most famous is the Basilica of San ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed