Hotel Colle della Trinita

Address: Via delle Rose 38/40, Localita Fontana, Corciano, Umbria, 06074, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via delle Rose 38/40, Localita Fontana, Corciano, is near Mini Metro, Perugina Chocolate Factory, Piazza IV Novembre, and Corso Vannucci.
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      When time passes too quickly

      A travel blog entry by mariaklonhammer on Mar 07, 2015

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      ... Budapest by having a fancy, but still super cheap, dinner and going out in another cool club. At four in the morning it was time for us Perugians to take a cab for our 6 am flight. What happened afterwards is another, rather long, story. To make it short: our flight was pretty interesting after which I got us on the wrong train which resulted in a eleven hour train ride – yes they’ll never forgive me.

      It was an amazing and super ...

      St. Francis on Sunday; Pope Francis on Wednesday

      A travel blog entry by joannaeskander on Feb 15, 2015

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      ... over easy egg on it. From there we had an hour to shop before we had to return to school. Even though I'm not Catholic I got a rosary to get blessed by Pope Francis at the Papal Audience after the Ash Wednesday service. I thought the rosary was awesome because on one side it shows St. Francis, and the other, Pope Francis. My trip to Assisi was a great one, I just wish it could have been longer and more reflective. ...

      Perugia of Umbria

      A travel blog entry by joannaeskander on Feb 13, 2015

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      ... same. Insane! After the tour, we traveled to downtown Perugia for free time and dinner. In Italy, there is this fabulous celebration called Carnivale, and I have missed out my entire life. Kids run through the streets with bags full of confetti and throw it everywhere and on anyone! Its pretty much a snowball fight with confetti. This is what California needs to fit in with the rest of the nation! The music, the energy, the floats, the people. It was ...


      A travel blog entry by salinatravels on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... by is unreal. John and I hiked to the top of the city. We happened upon an intoxicated local who was clearly not as enchanted by the demands of the terrain and as near as we could tell was cursing the fact that the bar was downhill and his house was uphill. There is nothing quite like an Italian cursing at a high octave, this may be where opera was born. We bought some vino, cheese and meat and had a little lunch overlooking the valley. We drove to a church where St. Francis ...

      Driving in Italy - My Thoughts

      A travel blog entry by 5lowesonthego on Jun 23, 2013

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      ... s. For the smaller roads, they are labeled with the route number so you must follow signs with town names instead.

      • Highway tolls. This is a great system that totally makes sense. The longer you're on the highway, the higher the toll. You get a toll ticket from a machine when you enter the highway, and then pay at the toll booth when you exit. We've been pleasantly surprised with how well the highways and tunnels are ...