Albergo ll Castellaccio

Address: Str. Eugubina, 345 , Perugia, Umbria, 06020, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Centro Historico area of Perugia, is near National Archaeological Museum (Museo Archeologico Nazionale dell'Umbria).
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      Travel Blogs from Perugia

      Ear Buds and Best Buds

      A travel blog entry by cascademayer on Feb 03, 2015

      ... sites have been positively affecting my outlook on these matters. Anyways, we also got to see the area in which St. Francis’ remains lay which was pretty cool too! After the tour and lunch, we went on a "hike" (and by that, I mean a paved, uphill road) to the Eremo delle Carceri (the hermitage of Saint Francis). It was a nice little 45-minute walk and some people decided to walk it barefoot on the cold, wet pavement. ...

      The start of Italian life

      A travel blog entry by mariaklonhammer on Jan 26, 2015

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      ... uni in Perugia, which explains the high amount of Americans. We explored Trastevere, went to the Vatican, watched the sunset at the Spanish steps, broke in an climbed a 25 meter high bamboo sculpture, went out, made delicious dinners together and I spent the whole last day with Taylor at the forum. I couldn’t have wished for a nicer group of people to explore Rome with.

      Yesterday Evan, Taylor went on a hike where we got caught in a ...

      Spiritual Experience

      A travel blog entry by yolisadventures on Jan 11, 2015

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      ... we got a local guide to tell us a little of the history of the town and of Saint Francis. After hearing all the stories a lot of things started to click in. I then understood why Pope Francis chose his name. I understood and embrace my religion more by being there, something I thought would happen in Rome, but instead it happened ...

      Tre Chiavi

      A travel blog entry by europe50 on Mar 10, 2014

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      ... and un Giappenese. We had two young male teachers who spoke in Italian for most of the time, English was greatly discouraged.

      After class I went in search of a bancomat that would actually dispense me some money - the fifth one I tried worked but I could not withdraw as much as I needed - talk about frustrating! At one stage I went inside a bank to ask for assistance but the woman said she could not help me, I had to use the ATM. Getting inside ...

      Rain, Sleet, Snow, Fog

      A travel blog entry by sinfronteras on Dec 08, 2012

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      ... I feel hard pressed to see goodness in us at all. We hate, we break; we oppress and repress. The pantheon holds my face gently and lifts it up to see beyond our baseness; it extends a gentle arm around me and embraces me with goodness and beauty and truth. Hmmm. All that from a structure built of cold stone . . . wow.

      The weather has been what the weather will tend to be in December in Italy. As Paul would say, I’ve just “allowed” ...