Il Biribino

Address: Via Sant'ansano, 38, Citta di Castello, Umbria, 6012, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Sant'ansano, 38, Citta di Castello.
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      The start of Italian life

      A travel blog entry by mariaklonhammer on Jan 26, 2015

      1 comment

      ... uni in Perugia, which explains the high amount of Americans. We explored Trastevere, went to the Vatican, watched the sunset at the Spanish steps, broke in an climbed a 25 meter high bamboo sculpture, went out, made delicious dinners together and I spent the whole last day with Taylor at the forum. I couldn’t have wished for a nicer group of people to explore Rome with.

      Yesterday Evan, Taylor went on a hike where we got caught in a ...

      1634. The Abandoned Villages

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 03, 2013

      32 photos

      ... the land belongs to. However, now due to mechanization and outsourcing a lot of the jobs in the valley are being lost" Suddenly it strikes me that what I am seeing here is a parable of modern civilization. People abandoning their roots and a hard but sustainable way of life, living off the land in search of an easier life in the city. Then, eventually urban civilization falls apart, always at the whim of the global economy. But by this time people have lost ...

      Moving Day - We're On The Road

      A travel blog entry by diandron on Jun 15, 2013

      36 photos

      ... t cut it this time. Instead, we get a brand new Ford Focus. How non-Italian can you get! Well, it just so happens that the car is made in Germany - so the navigation system and on-board computer speak to us in German. This should be interesting... At least all the luggage fits, and so do we!

      With Ron at the wheel and Diahann expertly navigating, we manage to wind our way through the maze that is Florence and finally ...

      How to make Homemade pasta & pizza?

      A travel blog entry by ltraveldesigner on Oct 19, 2011

      4 photos

      ... are using a conventional oven rather than one fired from the volcanic rocks of Vesuvius.

      The baking time is always intense and short and the temperature should be 220C or 425F. The pizza dough should always be placed on the upper shelves, and whilst you can cook more than one pizza base at once, they should never be placed at less than the middle. This is because heat rises and you cannot get the best heat at the bottom of an oven.


      Under the Tuscan Rain

      A travel blog entry by romansyd on Feb 07, 2010


      ... that usually one must take a bus after getting off a train, as hill towns are actually on top of hills. This would have been useful information about six hours earlier. Ugh. Sydney, nice try. I'm filing this one in the "you live, you learn" category. I think that's it for now. Pics if I can figure out how to upload them.


      PS: Just wait for the Venice entry. Oh boy, Cortona was nothing compared to Venice.