Albergo 3 Querce

Address: Via Papa Giovanni XXIII, Ancona, Marche, 60021, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Papa Giovanni XXIII, Ancona.
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Travel Blogs from Ancona

Restful peaceful place

A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Jul 10, 2015

3 photos

... a lot of olive trees, these are uses for olives & the wood for carving., in particular the letter T, one of the last letters in the Greek alphabet.

Back on the hotel at 6.45 for happy 3/4 hour cost €5 each, as many drinks as you want & nibbles, only one issue was 1 type of alcoholic drink & one non, still Tim & I enjoyed it, we sat up on the roof top over looking town, the ...

A visit with St Francis of Assisi

A travel blog entry by millfamsabbat15 on Jul 05, 2015

2 comments, 20 photos

... after St. Francis died. The Upper Church was begun two years later after the completion of the Lower Church. Both have amazing frescos and tile work, but I'm sure it would have been much to ostentatious for Francis and his simple lifestyle. After packing up at the hotel we headed out on our journey through the churches. The first stop was Chiesa di San Pietro, a former monastery, this is probably the church that ...

Holiday Inn Express for me

A travel blog entry by pasinas on Jul 03, 2015

9 photos

While the students and Lynn had the opportunity to enjoy a few days with an Italian Family, the rest of us (Michele, Arlene, Felipe, and I) spent some quality time at the local Holiday Inn Express in Foligno. After having breakfast, we had a lazy day and eventually went into the city center for some lunch. We found a fabulous seafood restaurant where I ended up having some pasta in a tomato sauce ...

Assisi visted

A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Jun 26, 2015

10 photos

... to admit, beautifully done and quite breathtaking. Unfortunately they wouldn't allow any internal photos.
After climbing through it - there are stairs leading, up, down, around and back up again, we than wandered up town, and saw another at least dozen churches, (I think I counted 20 on the map) and then just straggled through the town in a very disorganised sort of way, but every street seemed to only go upwards....
Had ...

Starting our return to Rome

A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Jun 25, 2015

1 comment, 23 photos

... internal feuding between the upper and lower parts of the town. From the 16th century until 1860 it was part of the Papal States. Francis Di Bernardone was born here in 1182. His father was a wealthy cloth merchant who expected his son to have an excellent future. Wishing to become a knight, Francis went to battle in Puglia in 1205, returning saddened by the ravages of war. He decided to live among the poor, taking a vow of poverty and ...