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Travel Blogs from Citta di Castello
... was well worth the effort. There is beautiful old church and further up the hill an old fort that is part overgrown with ivy. It cost a few euros to enter, but it was worth the price. The fort has a commanding view of the countryside for 20 to 30 Kms in all directions. I could walk along the old battlements and you could feel the age and history of the place. As a bonus the castle was also used as an exhibition space and ...
Today we drove a short distance to Lucignano, a small old walled town. As usual navigation was easy until we got close to the walls and the satellites disappeared. Dauntless we pressed on and found ourselves driving into the ever narrowing streets of the old town. I found a car park, but with. My limited Italian and some help from a local realized that parking intra Mura is for residents only and tourists must ...
... double in size naturally. This should be a process that is completed by the eye and not the clock. It can take anything between 1 hour and 2 hours depending on the temperature and the amount of draught.
Pay attention to the kneading process: it eliminates excess gas produced by the yeast and quite literally knocks the air out of the pizza dough. Many people find the action of kneading the dough very therapeutic and chefs are often asked how you can ...
... aan op onze eerste geplande halte in Umbriė, nl. Cittą di Castello.
De camping, "La Montesca", op 3,5 km van Cittą di Castello, is een terrassencamping hoog op een heuvel. De auto moet de caravan over 3km 160 meter hoger brengen, over een smalle, erg steile bergweg de beboste heuvel op. Boven hebben we een erg mooi uitzicht over de vallei en de stad Cittą di Castello.
We worden zeer vriendelijk ontvangen op de camping. Na de lange ...
... dealership, hah.) and decided to take an earlier train back to Rome because we had to be up early to leave for Venice Saturday morning.
In the end, we didn't actually get to Cortona. We got halfway up to it. We got wet and we got pizza. We did, however, learn how to navigate Italy's trains and how to get to the main train station from our neighborhood. It was a learning experience for sure. However, I no longer have the trust ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service