Umbra Hotel

Address: Via degli Archi 6, Assisi, Umbria, 06081, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via degli Archi 6, Assisi, is near Roman Temple of Minerva (Museo e Foro Romano), Assisi East-West Center, Tempio di Minerva, and Pinacoteca.
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    Travel Blogs from Assisi

    Month 2 Catch-Up

    A travel blog entry by ajbtravels on Aug 04, 2015

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    ... of my travels was for her so I let her mostly dictate what we did. Translation, we did a great deal of tourist stuff. She had an amazing time on her vacation and that is all I wanted. She's already talking about our next trip, I think someone got bit by the travel bug!

    • Also can't forget to mention my Uncle and Aunt, who live in Germany, coming to hang out in London with us. It is always nice to see family. Especially seeing Robinson siblings ...

    Saw large naked male

    A travel blog entry by alandyabroad on Jul 18, 2015

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    ... invigorated we want to check the David queue once more, just in case...YES! Much reduced, so we join queue, which feels like a torture for the tourists. Blazing sunshine..the sweat just drips off you & can't believe nobody faints! However after 45 mins we're in. Well worth returning too. To think David is 500 yrs old is astonishing...he is also so HUGE!

    back to the farmhouse around 8 pm...lie-in tomorrow methinks...
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    Assisi

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

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    ... And because, believe it or not, the place was at one stage below the sea, it was lifted during volcanic disturbances and also buried under volcanic ash.But the point I'm getting to is that it left the place on a massive shelf of soft volcanic rock and they used its malleability to build caves under the town above. There are 1200 massive caves under the town, with 1198 being privately owned today, and every house/building in the town ...

    A Stop to Visit St Francis

    A travel blog entry by powderhorn on Apr 07, 2015

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    After leaving Cortona we slipped briefly out of Tuscany to visit nearby Assisi in the province of Perugia. Resting place for St Francis it was sombre to visit his tomb under the church there, however the rest of the town has been transformed into a religious tourist destination. What said it all was the carousel outside one of the churches that was adorned with religious motifs...note the Francescan monks in the background. ...

    Treasures Of Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 16, 2014

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    ... the town. It was great to take a leisurely stroll through the city in the morning and see things coming to life. Granted things were still fairly sleepy but Siena is one of the more popular Tuscan towns so even in the off season there were plenty of people around. We visited the main town square once again and had the chance to see it much better this time. The square had a bit of an unusual shape that immediately when you look at it reminds you a bit of a race track. That ...