Dal Moro Gallery Hotel
Travel Blogs from Santa Maria degli Angeli
This morning was a leisurely 2 hour drive through rolling countryside to the Hotel Dal Moro in Santa Maria degli Angeli which is close to Assisi. The hotel is quite modern even though it seems to have been put together from a couple of buildings because there are changes with various levels.
There was a street market by the hotel so we …
... for us) for further sightseeing so we decided to head back to Preci to relax. On the way, we did stop off at a very good supermarket (air-conditioned, thank goodness) to stock up on a few things in readiness for moving on in a couple of days. We have very much enjoyed our stay at Il Colliccio and the surrounding Umbrian countryside is a revelation - so quiet after the bustle of Tuscany. The facilities have been some of the best we ...
... just about) open on all sides looking out across the valley. Above us, via a couple of flights of steps, are the communal areas such as pool, bar, restaurant, shop, which also serve clients staying in the chalets, ready-erected tents and hotel. They have clearly spent a great deal of time and money investing in this former farm to create a site of this 4-star standard. The car never moved on Thursday as I caught up on laundry and tidying up, but David did venture out for an hour ...
... visit to Perugia was a visit to the Galleria Nazionale Dell'Umbria! Housed in the Palazzo dei Priori over two large floors in a series of interconnected rooms, the Galleria is home to the most amazing collection of medieval art originating in Umbria. Within the gallery is housed large numbers of very beautiful religious icons as well as sculpture and some more modern pieces, the Galleria is quiet and spacious, and was a cool and peaceful oasis away from the ...
... 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 ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service