Castello di Petrata

Via Petrata 25, Assisi, Umbria, 06081, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Another week gone by!

A travel blog entry by lynnib

6

... experienced in Italy, which are not always held in high regard by British caravanners. So, for our last night here, we chose again to eat at the site restaurant 'Al Porcello Felice' which translates as 'The Happy Pig' where all the tables on the outside terrace were taken with other equally 'happy' campers. Our next site, in the region of Le Marche, has no wifi, I understand, so it may be a few days before the next instalment. Be ...

Valnerina, Umbria

A travel blog entry by lynnib

6

... St. Benedict with the nearby Basillica bearing his name where he is supposed to have been born. A monastic order founded in his name still exist in the town where one of their activities is brewing, but the shop where you can purchase some was closed for lunch so no shandy for me this evening! Never mind, we shall instead have a pleasant glass of wine with our chicken and roast vegetable pasta as we gaze out over Preci. When the sun has gone down and night falls, we can watch the fireflies. ...

Perugia, narrow streets and an ambitious GPS

A travel blog entry by clgs

27

... to have kittens! In the end, however, and without a scratch or dent we found ourselves a the Piazza del Carpark and secured ourselves a spot! The centro storico of Perugia contains the usual squares, churches, and civic buildings and is quite spacious. We came up to it through a series of underground vaulted spaces which were clearly quite old - not sure their original purpose. As well as the usual Church visits which are unavoidable in Italy, the highlight ...

Assisi and Spello (it's a town not a word game)

A travel blog entry by clgs

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25

... and associated chapels and places. Unfortunately for you there are no pictures allowed but I'm sure you can google them if interested. The Basilica di S Chiara (St Clare) was our next stop of significance. Again grand, but simpler with the added attraction of St Clare lying on display in the crypt below. My memory of 30 years ago was that there was an attendant nun who would remove the cloth covering her time blackened visage when pilgrims approached. Sr Mary the Veil ...

Who knew? Gubbio ... What a treasure!

A travel blog entry by clgs

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26

... 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 ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Petrata 25, Assisi, is near Basilica di San Francesco, Rocca Maggiore, Cathedral of San Pietro, and Roman Temple of Minerva (Museo e Foro Romano).
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