Albergo Dell Angelo

Via Arco Di Druso 25, Spoleto, Umbria, 6049, Italy | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Spoleto

Assisi, The City of Peace

A travel blog entry by elaineandtom

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... monks today. We returned to Assisi in the evening for dinner and then happened to find a chamber music concert in a small chapel. It was performed by members of the Assisi performing arts, a group of musicians from all over the world who come to Assisi for 3 weeks during the summer to study and perform. We heard a variety of music from Mendelssohn, Saint-Saens, Hindemith, and a piece for flute and bassoon by Villa-Lobos. A great day! Going to Montelcino tomorrow. ...

Cooking School in Assisi

A travel blog entry by elaineandtom

16

... dishes. Letizia also produces her own olive oil and we did a tasting of her oil vs. a store oil. There was a huge difference. I think you can officially call us olive oil snobs! After our 4 hour class, and meal with an amazing view, it was time for a siesta. ( I can get used to this!) This was our 6th cooking class in italy. People often ask us which one we like best. It's hard to ...

Great Start to Vacation!

A travel blog entry by elaineandtom

8

... Assisi, about 3 hours north. We stopped for lunch in Spoletto, home to a summer music festival. We are staying in a lovely bed and breakfast about 5 miles from Assisi, with incredible views of the town. After resting a few hours, we're now off to have dinner and explore the town. Looking forward to a cooking class tomorrow with the owner of our bed and breakfast. ...

Orvieto underground

A travel blog entry by pwhalen

22

... table for your well. The Etruscan wells were rectangular, with indentations for foot holds along the long wall. The shape was defined by what the digger could reach when supporting himself. 80m was the average depth of the original wells.

The surprise package in all this was the pigeon. The perfect food source. Providing meat and eggs, guano, self sufficient in that it seeks its own food and water, (especially important ...

St Valentine

A travel blog entry by pwhalen

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... the Carmalites are thin on the ground in Italy, four priests had come over as missionaries from the very south of India, where the Carmalite faith has a strong following. Even though it was technically shut, one of the priests brought us into the church and gave us a guided tour, which very generous. His english was good, so we had a wide ranging discussion ...

Location

This hotel, located on Via Arco Di Druso 25, Spoleto, is near The Tower's Bridge (Ponte delle Torri), Piazza del Duomo, Teatro Romano, and Arco DI Druso.
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