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

Taormina to Roma

A travel blog entry by kenb on Nov 23, 2014

... was inspiration for our cornetto ice cream) and a arancino which is rice and tasty beef and cheese filling in a breadcrumb crust...sound off but really nice and not oily. And a glass of Savignon blanco which was ok - not sweet. Best airport food. Plane passengers well trained- all on board 15 mins before departure. Really cramped seating but only 1.15 flight. Train to Roma Termini 14€ each 30 mins, ...

Bomax and the chocolate factory

A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Apr 04, 2014

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... They are also bringing out baci covered in milk rather than dark chocolate which is 100%25 better. Perugina is actually owned by Nestlé and the factory is one of the largest in Europe. It was a really fun experience. We then arrived in chianciano at our hotel. After checking in we headed to Montepluciano. We walked around the town and found a nice little wine bar/restaurant to have ...

A solo mission to Perugia

A travel blog entry by mjspags on Jan 23, 2013

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... that Perugia is not very big and is mainly just the one main street (Via Vanucci). My first impression of the city was that it was a charming, small safe city. I arrived at Pizza Med at 7:00 but realized that the restaurant didn't open until 7:30. This was a big culture shock for me since back home, I usually eat dinner around 6.
Once it was 7:30, I went inside and asked for a table for 1. The lady seemed surprised that I was having dinner ...

Crazy Busy

A travel blog entry by jchiarie on Mar 30, 2011

1 comment, 7 photos

... a Saturday in the country with International Marketing Professor Ray Shaw. Ray lives way out in the country outside of Viterbo (a somewhat unexceptional city). He and his wife, Luciana, live in a wood frame house - very unusual in this country. They have the whole thing - acreage, dogs, sunsets, etc. It was wonderful to be out in the country - although it did make me so homesick.
As I said, the next day, we went to Mario and Angela's. ...

Life, death, and everything

A travel blog entry by john.beach on Mar 03, 2010

2 comments

... Very strange. And why is it so hard for an Australain to become a saint, when lots of the people who have been beatified here did nothing more than write a book attacking the Reformation and the leaders of other churches? We whisked through the Cistine Chapel in record time, swept along by a crush of people (none of whem were gypsies or Muslims), but long enough to appreciate its beauty and ...

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