Hotel San Giovanni (Fabriano)

Address: Piazzale XX Settembre, 33, Ancona, Marche, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Piazzale XX Settembre, 33, Ancona, is near Riviera del Conero, Raphael Beach, and Palazzo Apostolico.
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Travel Blogs from Ancona

Day 61 - Ancona

A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on Jun 09, 2015

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... on the subway you kinda pretend that the people next to you are not there with no one saying hello or chatting. You have to be quite quiet and just sit still there is no running around and playing beach cricket like we do in New Zealand. About an hour was enough for us and we were off on our travels. When we got to Ancona we checked onto the big car ferry. It is a much bigger boat than the Inter Island ferry in New Zealand and more like ...

Day 24 - Friday, June 5, 2015 – Ancona, Ital

A travel blog entry by frankandcarolyn on Jun 05, 2015

12 photos

... hungry. And, yesterday, we found a pizza restaurant where the owner was making his own pizza (that’s a long story about some of the pizza we have had earlier in our trip – which has not been homemade). So, we came back down via Pizzecolli to his shop. Yum, yum, yum – he is from Romania and has been in Italy for over 20 years – and makes awesome pizza.

Back to our B&B for a quick rest and recovery from the ...

Mugello here we come

A travel blog entry by sandra2015 on May 30, 2015

10 photos

... century villa in the middle of the Tuscan countryside, fresh croissants and coffee for breakfast, a lovely German Shepherd named Margo who sleeps at the front door and walks us to the gate when we leave and arrive and lovely hosts, an elderly couple Bruno and Fiamennta who are 5th generation owners of the property.

Words cannot describe Tuscany, it's a postcard at every turn and the view from Fiosole down to Florence is amazing, such ...

Ferry

A travel blog entry by jackee on May 27, 2015

6 photos

Big day today, we went on a 2 hour tour of the old town. Walls and Wars of Dubrovnik. Fascinating, I think the boys enjoyed it as well, especially as our guide, Marija, told lots of stories, one that comes to mind is, during the war in 1991, when they woke up one morning, their father found a grenade by the front door, it was a dud, did not go off, so he picked it up and threw it away, says they were lucky, would of blown ...

Exploring Ancona

A travel blog entry by aus_ambo_abroad on May 16, 2015

1 comment, 25 photos

... the weekend most things were shut and we couldn't go in, the one downside to getting out of the big cities I guess, but the architecture was amazing. After a few hours of exploring we walked back down for another antipasto platter and another glass of wine for lunch. The streets were deserted, and the shops had all closed, even though it was only 2:30 in the afternoon. However, while we were having lunch the initially deserted streets became bustling with people and the shops all ...