Castello di Monterone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Tuscan and Umbria are literally covered with medieval and renaissance hill-towns, and Perugia would be the largest, with a population of 160,000. It rises high above the valley floor and, like Sienna, there are 5 or 6 ridges radiating out from the ancient centre. We parked the car, and to get to the top we rode a series of 5 long escalators, all …
The drive from Bologna to Perugia was the longest we have had at over 225km, and a lot of it was on the Autostrade (13.30 euro!). We headed towards Rimini on the Adriatic coast, and turned inland at Faro, and passing through a quite striking mountain range to Gubbio. Gubbio vies with Assisi for the title of Umbria's most medieval town. The historic …
Sant'Anna to Castello Monterone
Jeez, I'm tired. Fed up, tired, grumpy. I start the day out of sorts. Three days to go and I knew today would be hard. So close - but not there yet. It is a cold joyless ride in the morning but we pass by Lake Trasimeno where Hannibal had a huge …
... we will stay for the next five days and then make day trips from there. Montecatini is a resort town know for its spa treatments and relaxing atmosphere. Some of the travelers will be taking advantage of the spa opportunities tomorrow when the rest of us travel to?? Can't remember! Dinner last night was at the hotel. Unfortunately catering to Americans so the only Italian part of it was the unlimited wine. I will go back a moment and say that we had lunch in ...
Here's one for the foodies .....
It was our last festival before leaving Umbria , and it was THE BIG ONE, the one I had been really waiting for .....a White Truffle festival.
Umbria produces more truffles than anywhere else in Italy. The White Truffle is particularly valuable as it's less prolific than the Black Summer ...