Relais Palazzo di Luglio

Address: 35 Fraz. Cignano, Sansepolcro, Tuscany, 52037, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 35 Fraz. Cignano, Sansepolcro.
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      A travel blog entry by lawslo on Apr 26, 2014

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      ... milk can be made into soap to sell.

      We watched them milk the donkeys and they get very little milk from each one because the donkeys are also nursing babies and they always leave enough milk for the baby!

      Impressed with the cool innovative project and the nice farm area they had created I couldn't help but think of our friend Sarath in Cambodia with his dreams. He also wants to create a farm ...

      Gubbio and Montone

      A travel blog entry by greghahn on Oct 17, 2013

      7 photos

      ... hearty greeting to them. Dianne manages to locate a gelateria in the main square that has no gelato - a first for italy. It sells magnums etc. Of course Bianca wants one.

      We drive home happy with our day and cook some pasta and sausage up for tea, which is really nice. Dianne discovers her iPod is missing which puts a bit of a damper on our day. We enjoyed two beautiful hill top villages within 40 km of where we are staying.


      Terni to Castelfanco di Sopra

      A travel blog entry by jayjay51 on May 17, 2013

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      ... br>
      The village we decided on was to the north of Terni; we would do the village, have lunch and then we would head north and N and E would head back to Terni. We went to a village called San Gemini - each section of the village had a different coat of arms and at some stage during the year, each district fights the other - very Italian it would appear! Niņo also showed us the 12 th century church where ...

      September 18, 2010: The Main Event

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

      2 photos

      ... and knows his business like the back of his hand. His cohort, Paolo, a Sicilian, has the look of a peasant farmer – deep, dark complexion; a flyaway mane of gray; stained teeth, ground flat (you didn’t need to be a dentist to notice); fluent but rudimentary English. Reminder – never judge a book by its cover. This is his 100th tour and he is the sparkplug of ours. He sees and fixes ...


      A travel blog entry by dgreen78 on Apr 22, 2007

      12 photos

      ... 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. ...