Albergo Del Viaggiatore

Address: Via Sant'Antonio 14, Assisi, Umbria, 06081, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Sant'Antonio 14, Assisi, is near Roman Temple of Minerva (Museo e Foro Romano), Assisi East-West Center, Tempio di Minerva, and Pinacoteca.
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    Travel Blogs from Assisi

    Perugia and Cartona

    A travel blog entry by bigemms on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... not put salt in their bread to remember what happened. Just as well the present Pope is a cool dude. Anyway Marco our Italian Billy Graham had some words with another group asking their leader if he was a guide. When the guy said he wasn't good old Marco has a bit of a verbal spar saying that he wasn't allowed to do this as he wasn't a registered guide. It turns out that the other guy was a professor taking a private group through. There was lots ...

    Perugia

    A travel blog entry by bigemms on Jun 04, 2015

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    ... facts as I was bored shitless by then but he had a lady named Clare who joined him. She also was from a well to do family who cut off her hair and went into a convent. She formed the order of the sisters of Santa Clara( the facts could be a little hazy here as the hot sun and the monologue was enough to put most of us to sleep. You see Claire you were named after a Saint! Anyway the village of Assisi has two ...

    Day 21- Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - Florence to Assisi

    A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on Jun 02, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... perched on a hill, in the heart of Italy. It is famous as the birthplace of St. Francis
    (of Assisi). It holds religious,
    historical, and artistic significance. The
    houses and buildings are all built of local stone – light sand colored and
    decorated with beautiful flower boxes.
    Narrow streets and alleys with lots, lots, lots of stairs. The oldest part of town is at the top and the
    churches are plentiful and ...

    From Sorrento to Assisi

    A travel blog entry by brianenoy on May 27, 2015

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    ... top of the other, built in 13th century.All of the cathedrals we have seen have the story of Christ painted as past people couldn't read and could see the paintings and learn the bible.
    It has got a bit cooler but we are in the mountains,we have the most beautiful view from our window from the mountain top town of Assisi over the valley.
    We did manage to follow the State of Origin while on the coach there was quit a bit of friendly rivalry.
    Tomorrow we will be in Venice
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    Assisi

    A travel blog entry by dawnbyington on May 18, 2015

    What style of painting and architecture Here they are more fransician. God is close to me. Why are some of the walls partial pictures At Claire was like. A sister to at Francis. Came from a noble family. At Francis died at 44 yrs old. Suffers at the end of his life. The art was made? 1200's??? At Francis could speak ...