Hotel Tuscania Panoramico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Tuscania
... the festival began, but it was not very "happy" for obvious reasons. There were a bunch of people dressed in medieval costumes and everyone in the town was very kind to us. I had pizza frita, which is a big pita bread with salt. I have been going to a salsa dancing place recently, which is really fun. I enjoy it more than Two Stepping because I actually enjoy the music being played.
... whites, cashmere and their stunning Cathedral.
Although we arrived in plenty of time to shop before the 1-4pm lunch closure, we were too late for a visit inside the Cathedral, and had to satisfy ourselves with just being over awed by the beauty of the exterior. It is stunning!
We stopped into a ceramic gallery/workshop and were met by this charming women, working her ceramic piece. The kiln was open and partially filled ...
... the Roman civilization that followed it. Women were highly respected.
Strolled around the old city roads in the afternoon and got caught in late evening rain on the way home and stopped at a small cafe, ...
... always sleeping in hostels that I'm not quite so eager to go back to camping again. But I stick my chin up, determined to enjoy my evening in this beautiful, peaceful town. I start out by walking to another hilltop outside the walled town, following the traces of an ancient Roman road. There on the hilltop is an old cathedral and a couple of towers. As the sun sets behind the town of Tuscania in front of my and ...
... we noticed a few men dressed in medieval attire with chainmail and colourful tunics. We asked a nearby photographer what was the occasion. Apparently every year the twinning of 2 towns, namely Civitavecchia and Amelia is celebrated by a pagaent of locals from both towns dressing up as characters and professions from 12th century. I’m guessing it was the 12th century as many of the characters looked like they belonged in the Forest of Sherwood. We were lucky ...