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Travel Blogs from San Martino in Campo
... visit to Perugia was a visit to the Galleria Nazionale Dell'Umbria! Housed in the Palazzo dei Priori over two large floors in a series of interconnected rooms, the Galleria is home to the most amazing collection of medieval art originating in Umbria. Within the gallery is housed large numbers of very beautiful religious icons as well as sculpture and some more modern pieces, the Galleria is quiet and spacious, and was a cool and peaceful oasis away from the ...
... was well worth the effort. There is beautiful old church and further up the hill an old fort that is part overgrown with ivy. It cost a few euros to enter, but it was worth the price. The fort has a commanding view of the countryside for 20 to 30 Kms in all directions. I could walk along the old battlements and you could feel the age and history of the place. As a bonus the castle was also used as an exhibition space and ...
... I couldn't resist. As promised, we duly arrived in Assisi and parked the car and set forth on foot. The answer to the questions is that Assisi is still as beautiful as ever ... Just a tad more touristy than 30 years ago. But, isn't everywhere? The Basilica of St Francis remains a simply amazing place full of the most amazing frescoes and beautiful spaces. From the grand but simple exterior you would never guess what lies beyond on multiple layers in the upper and ...
... hour or so exploring the Palazzo and enjoying the view it affords of the city and the surrounding countryside. Gubbio seems to be the home of Umbrian pottery ... as usual, some original and some mass produced ... the home of the huge, decorated platter. We're not quite sure how we would manage to get one home but would like to try ... maybe? It also seems to be the home of truffles - not the chocolate variety - the grow in the ...
... which sell wine and local produce) and of course quite a few restaurants. It is obviously an artisan's colony as many of the shops are given over to art and sculpture galleries and woodwork, mosaic, glass, pottery workshops. Of course, Montepulciano wines, particularly reds, are world famous and often found on wine lists in Australia. We had a lovely lunch of a platter of cheese; cold meats; onion and pepper jams; bread; and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool