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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      Canticle of the Creature!

      A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures on Mar 29, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... being. After a life as an habitual drunkard and womaniser, he found god, came to love animals and adopted a simple, monastic life.

      Signora visited Assisi to follow in his footsteps. "The Pious One", as she is now known to Signor, visited the Basilica and the other ornate structures built in his memory. Cynically, Signor reckons, that the poor old simple saint, over whose body all this has been built, must be spinning at a rate of knots beneath. "I'm not surprised ...

      1633. The Forgotten Republic

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 03, 2013

      23 photos

      Day 256 6 hrs, 20.9 kms Next morning, I start out with a peaceful early morning stroll through the walled city of Sansepulcro, which is the last Tuscany town before I reenter Umbria region. Unlike Anghiari, Sansepulcro is laid out ina grid like fashion, walking up and down the straight alleyways it has a very planned feel to it. Some of these alleys are now being turned into a weekly street market, with Italian and Moroccan ...


      A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on May 19, 2013

      7 photos

      ... like an antiquarian market. By this time, I was tiring, so M and L headed off on their own while we wandered back into the duomo piazza to find somewhere to sit down. We settled on a pizza joint and were amused to watch the antics of the hawkers as the cops patrolled the piazza. They had their goods spread out on cloths with drawstring. As soon as they spied a cop, they lifted their goods and melted into the crowd. We had just started eating when a storm ...

      September 18, 2010: The Main Event

      A travel blog entry by dave.and.marie on Sep 18, 2010

      2 photos

      ... you can’t miss it”. Of course, we missed it. Bumper to bumper, on a side road to the Arezzo stadium, we were 30 minutes away when lunch was supposed to start. We backed up traffic in both directions making a U-turn that required 5 direction changes on the narrow city street.

      Four of the group were brothers, all of whom brought their wives, though only one wife a rider. The trip roster ...


      A travel blog entry by dgreen78 on Apr 22, 2007

      12 photos

      ... nice, but very busy with tourists and very commericalized because of that. The best part were the views over the city and the Tuscan hills. Just south of the river is the Piazzale Michelangelo, a large, open area on top of a steep hill that allows you to overlook the river and the city. Even higher up the hill sits a church from the 10th century with great views as well. The most visible ...