Hotel Urbano V

Corso Cavour 107, Montefiascone, Lazio, 01027, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Corso Cavour 107, Montefiascone.
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    Travel Blogs from Montefiascone

    The home of buffalo mozzarella!

    A travel blog entry by andy.and.emma on Aug 01, 2014

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    ... have the hams at her disposal also!

    Back downstairs and we had everything packed and into the car before checkout time! Closest we've been to checkout time until now! But we had it all sorted and planned for the day too - off north past Rome via Tivoli. We put the destination into the car and it took all of 2 minutes, I **** you not, for GPS lady to have her first special moment! Up a one way street she tried to send us up a walking track that started ...

    Farewell Italy!

    A travel blog entry by dawnk on Jul 26, 2014

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    ... the San Brizio Chapel. Returned to Rome in the late afternoon and had our farewell dinner :-( It was at Tanagra Restaurant which was part opera/comedy show. Very entertaining and a great way to end our trip. Goodbyes and kisses all around! ...

    35 degrees and rising!

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jul 19, 2014

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    ... kept rising, from 35 degrees to ...

    Boat on Bolsena

    A travel blog entry by marinacariello on Jul 30, 2012

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    Started the day off early this morning with Patrick and the group.

    Went to Sorano to see the caves, tombs, and pathways of the Etruscans made over 2,500 years ago. Today I saw parts of Sorano that I had never seen before. While walking through the carved pathways, it truly was remarkable how this civilization carved these massive pathways, some up to 20 meters high, into the hillsides of Tuscany, all of which are winding a twisting like the ...


    A travel blog entry by ospry on Apr 14, 2011

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    ... the Vatican and some of the historical sites. Several days are not long enough to enjoy the city. Kathy reported that the Sistine Chapel was crammed with kids. There is just too much to see and to experience. Instead we elected our own walking tour of Civitavecchia.

    The shuttle took us to the Port entrance and from there we walked into the pedestrian area where the shops were located. ...