Del Lago

Vocabolo Mazzelvetta 3, Piediluco, Terni, Spoleto, Umbria, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Vocabolo Mazzelvetta 3, Piediluco, Terni, Spoleto, is near Marmore Waterfall and Casa Romana di Vespaia Polla.
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Travel Blogs from Spoleto

Bomarzo

A travel blog entry by williamgillum on Sep 07, 2014

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Went to Bomarzo yesterday to go to the monster garden, where there are stautes that were carved from voclanic rock in the 1500's. It was expensive to get in and the statues weren't all that impressive. It was a pretty day though and we met a really nice Columbian professor that helped us find the bus station to get back to Viterbo, I got a proschetta ...

Umbria in Autumn

A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Sep 03, 2014

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... unlike any other that we have seen. The façade is made up of mosaics and reliefs chiselled from marble. It was overcast and raining when we visited but what sun there was lit up the gold mosaics that form the artwork and images. The construction of the cathedral lasted about 3 centuries and is built in the Gothic style. Unusually, the brickwork behind the façade is layered black and white blocks and almost seems as if it should to belong to something else. ...

Lazy days

A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Aug 26, 2014

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... was gilted to within an inch of its life. The front of the church was plain Jane in comparison!

Lunch. Hmmm. Freshly made prosciutto and cheese panini. A bargain at $4.50 each. We sat on some steps, most likely hundreds of years old, and watched the world go by for a moment and shooed off the pigeons which were most persistent!

We walked through the vaulted archways of the Via Volte della Pace before arriving at ...

Tuscany

A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Aug 26, 2014

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... with an opera and stone well right along the edge. The well is 175' deep and has a double helix staircase spiraling to the bottom. We walked to the lowest point and found the coins of what must been thousands of past visitors. We traversed the short bridge and made our ascent back to the town high above.

Leaving the clifftop city Matthew surprised me by driving to a lesser known mineral bath that the locals tout as the best thermal hot springs ...

Discovering Umbria

A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Aug 20, 2014

1 comment, 73 photos

... could be found, to the many old portas, churches and piazzas, and discovered there was much more to this quaint little town than just pancetta and salami! This is also where the car came in particularly handy, as we got to drive along the beautiful Valnerina valley and to the national park of Monti Sibillini (which would have been impossible to reach without a car). Much flatter than elsewhere in Umbria, the mountains gave way to huge flat plains. As we drove ...