Borgo Palace Hotel

Address: Via Senese Aretina, 80, Sansepolcro, Tuscany, 52037, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Senese Aretina, 80, Sansepolcro.
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      Reflections on life

      A travel blog entry by jd.6392 on Apr 06, 2014

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      ... the middle being anything from a chat to a drink to maybe a kiss...) and the best case scenario is amazing. That pretty girl/handsome guy could steal your heart and make you happier. Take everyone for what they are. My friend from Minnesota and I are diametrically opposed in a number of ways, but I took him for him and he was able to really help me with a few issues I had been having. Everyone has something to offer, even if it's not what you really want. Me, I ...

      1633. The Forgotten Republic

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 03, 2013

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      ... for their independence, Cospaians got theirs due to a paperwork error... Nowadays their status isn't quite as glamorous... Cospaia doesn't even have the status of "town" any more... it's merely a frazione of Sansepolcro. And now, I cross from Tuscany Region to Umbria region, connect with my hike from yesterday. Not wanting to repeat the same hike to Citta del Castello in the scorching sun, I wait it the shade for the next ...

      Terni to Castelfanco di Sopra

      A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on May 17, 2013

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      ... the pasta was good. Slasher and I had truffle pasta which was wonderful. The bread was the traditional no salt bread - dry and tasteless. We really have not enjoyed the Italian bread - it is impossible to beat the French!

      We said our farewells to N and E and sincerely hope that he wins the lottery and is able to make the long haul to Australia.

      Niņo had suggested that we bypass Perugia and ...

      September 18, 2010: The Main Event

      A travel blog entry by dave.and.marie on Sep 18, 2010

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      ... be an appropriate number. Dinner the first night included one of the few Tuscan whites, a Chianti, and another Reserva. When dinner was over, 17 drinking diners (one non-drinker, plus Davide and Paolo who seemed never to have sat down) had consumed 14 bottles. I didn’t count my own refills. I will gauge mine by the number of trips “down the hall” tonight.

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      A travel blog entry by dgreen78 on Apr 22, 2007

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      ... a kid, I decided to skip the museums. The second day in Florence I walked down to a huge park that runs forever down the side of the river and just took it easy. From Florence, I was hoping to spend the weekend in a tiny town out in the Tuscan countryside and do some hiking, but all affordable accomodations were full. So, I just decided to come to Rome a few days earlier than I had anticipated. ...