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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bramante Todi
Outside of the city, nice landscape gardens and spacious grounds as the buildings used to be a convent. The room was spacious and the breakfast in the morning was plentiful.
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Today we were happy to see that the bike route distance from Orvieto to Todi was only 45km. We were sore and tired from the last 3 days of cycling and needed this 'easy' day on the bikes to recover. We checked out the exterior of the Duomo in Orvieto before we got started on the route to Todi. The Duomo facade was incredible and well worth the …
... our awesome double decker hotel room and then were given some free time to explore the town. It was a cute little town that was small and (obviously) filled with coffee shops, boutiques, gelato, and religious souvenirs. It was raining a little so Mairin and I did not explore too much but we did go out to see the view of the beautiful city. We also chose to walk in a direction which the road lead us to basically nowhere so ...
After a very long and exhausting day traveling from Paris to Perugia, I arrived in my new home for the next three months: a very nice 5 bedroom apartment, 1 minute from 'universita per stranieri'. Weirdly enough there was no one home. Because we need key cards to enter our rooms -just like in a hotel- I wasn't able to figure out if there were even people living there.
It was not until the next evening that my first roommate arrived. My first initial ...
When we were on our way to Rome we made a short stop at Assisi. At first I do have to admit I was a bit fustrated. All I wanted to do was get to Rome as soon as possible. I felt like we were wasting our time by stoping at Assisi. Boy was I wrong!
Personally as a catholic, this was one of the most impacting experiences. When ...
... To get to Todi, you have to take an elevator-like lift from the ground up the mountain. Todi is very small and very medieval. We explored the cobblestone streets and found a gelato shop where we stooped and ate in front of a fountain. We then walked around for an hour exploring the ancient streets before sitting on the steps of a church taking in the ...