La Locanda Delle Fontanelle

Address: Vocabolo Fontanelle 25, Perugia, Umbria, 06063, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Vocabolo Fontanelle 25, Perugia.
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Travel Blogs from Perugia

Perugia of Umbria

A travel blog entry by joannaeskander on Feb 13, 2015

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Perugia was the antithesis of Roma or Firenze with rolling green hills with architecture complementing the scenery, not taking over. A view that cannot be appreciate with just a picture. On Friday, we arrived at our beautiful Agriturismo- a rustic Bed and Breakfast that prepares authentic regional foods harvested from the surrounding areas. It was nestled in a hill with an absolutely beautiful view of the valley from our windows. After lunch, we went to ...

Journey into Umbria

A travel blog entry by sarahgapyear on Sep 13, 2013

... be sat, showing them my ticket, and as it turns out I had unknowingly got on the correct carriage and was about 10 paces from my seat. Relief. After that it was plain railing.

Perugia. Getting off at the station I was anticipating just another town, with some interesting stuff to do and that's about it. I wasn't sure what I would do with my time here but this is my only stop in umbria. After rome and naples I'm a little desperate ...

The Sights and Sounds of Perugia

A travel blog entry by rachelcalkins on Sep 08, 2012

4 comments, 3 photos

... the Tree of Good and Evil. This part is all very neat and organized. Eventually you come to a tree labeled the Tree of Knowledge and there is a placard saying something about The Fall. It was only in Italian so my understanding was limited. From that point on, the garden is wild and dense and trees are labeled Tree of Death, Tree of Justice, Tree of Eternal Youth, Tree of Strength. It was really an interesting place. There was also an alchemist's garden beyond ...

La Musica e L'arte

A travel blog entry by jchiarie on Jan 23, 2011

1 comment, 3 photos

... anything about either, please share.
I don't mean to "dis" Britten and Mendelssohn (I liked the latter better than the former), and the St. Lawrence String Quartet is to be commended for their diverse and interesting program, as well as their moving renditions and technical expertise.
I should mention that the concert was in the Sala di Notari - medieval public building that has frescoes on the walls and the ceiling (see photo).

Saturday, we went ...

Good times!

A travel blog entry by kins on Jul 27, 2009


Right, so had a few adventures since the last blog. The Swedish girls and I all took a day trip to Assisi, a beautiful old town full of old stone buildings, a massive cathedral thing (there were monks, nuns and priests walking around the streets!) and heaps of little alleyways to wander around.

We spent most of the day there just walking and then caught the train back to Perugia to go to the supermarket, I needed to get more sunscreen, insect ...

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