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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Clarici Spoleto
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... the basilica, down for dinner, this was basically a set menu
2. Vegetable soup or pasta
3. Chicken, potatoes, cauliflower & beans
4. Panaotta dessert
Went for a walk upstairs to see the sunset, Tim went down to the street, they were having some sort of youth activity & showing video onto the side of the basilica, glorious night, bed early long day tomorrow.
... would have related to the most. Quite plain compare to all others. Emery said this was his favorite because of that. Next we hiked up the hill to the Piazza del Comune where we ate lunch in the piazza, listened to a string quartet and visited the Roman Temple of Minerva. The Duomo di San Rufino was our next stop. This church has the Baptismal Font where both St. Francis and St. Clare were baptized. I
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... a lobster! I can't believe it only cost me 13 euros for that dish! After lunch, Giulia (the home stay coordinator) drove us back to our hotel. It was really nice having the opportunity to catch up on some sleep, write postcards, or just relax at the hotel. We decided to try to find a coin op laundry. When we finally made it to the laundry place, the owner was locking up. Of course, that was ...
... We tour the wine production area, walked the vineyards to the old caves which date back centuries to when monks were making wine here for the church. After the tour were are treated to a wonderful tasting and an incredible spread of cheeses, meats, and breads. The wine was excellent and we very much enjoyed the other travelers, making for a wonderful visit. After all that food we decide to share a pizza, enjoy the wine we purchased and prepare for our departure ...
... municipality, evidenced by the portico of a Roman Temple of Minerva built in the 1st Century, where the Christian faith was introduced in the 3rd century AD, evidenced by the temple being used as the facade of a church. After the fall of the Roman Empire, Assisi was razed by the Goths, recaptured by the Byzantines and then conquered by the Lombards. It flourished during the 11th and 12th centuries as a free Commune, but soon fell again into ...