Albergo Fiorentino

Address: Via Luca Pacioli 56, Sansepolcro, Tuscany, 52037, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Luca Pacioli 56, Sansepolcro.
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          Show me the way to San......

          A travel blog entry by rnnladolcevita on Aug 02, 2015

          4 comments, 80 photos

          Ciao Folks , well we had feasted on Mosaics and decided it was time to head inland ,for a change of pace, so we said a fond farewell to Ravenna and headed for the Sans ..........

          We had plotted our course , and had a chuckle when we realised that they all began with San ..... ............Those Saints were very busy boys in Central Italy in the early centuries.
          First stop , for lunch , was SAN MARINO then into Tuscany to SANSEPOLCRO for 5 days. A ...

          Sansepolcro onwards to Gubbio

          A travel blog entry by roamingrose on May 13, 2015

          21 photos

          Piero della Francesca, Madonna del Parto at Monterchi, Tuscany .... we walked past so much of Sr Patricia's Art History ...

          Cinque Terre

          A travel blog entry by kimdibb on Oct 07, 2013

          29 photos

          ... us how to get to Cinque Terre. We were soon at the ocean and this was my first time seeing the Mediterranean (actually the Ligurian Sea, an arm of the Mediterranean). We got to Monterosso about noon and decided to take one of the small ferries that run between the towns along the Cinque Terre. The towns are interesting in how many of the colourful houses and buildings are perched on the cliffs and how the areas around the towns ...


          A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on May 15, 2013

          9 photos

          ... We took our own wine and served ourselves. Celine, Rossano's wife was the waitress, while Rossano and his mother did the cooking. Food was delivered from the kitchen downstairs via a dumb waiter. Aperitif was rock melon and prosciutto. The rock melon was beautiful and the prosciutto so fresh. Primi piatti was penne with tomato and herbs. Good too. Secondi piatti was very thin slices of pork fillet with a piece of garlic in the middle, served with yummy sautéed potatoes. A lovely, leisurely ...

          Under the Tuscan Sun in Cortona

          A travel blog entry by peter148 on Oct 05, 2008

          5 photos

          On Sunday the roomates and I went to explore the town of Cortona in Tuscany. We had a bit of a rough start because we got up early to take a 9 oclock train and missed it literally by a second. The ticket machines were broken so it took us longer and we ran to the train and the door closed just as we reached it! The train usually leaves every hour but of course 10 o clock is the only hour it did not leave so we ...