Hotel Villa Giardi

Address: via P. Ferri 22, City of San Marino, 47890 , San Marino | Hotel
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This hotel, located on via P. Ferri 22, City of San Marino, is near Borgo San Giuliano.
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    Travel Blogs from City of San Marino

    Transit south from Venice

    A travel blog entry by lbg.jacameron on Oct 11, 2014

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    ... where the democracy meet to run the Republic. There are lots of narrow steep streets with many shops. So atmospheric and beautiful. We then drove to our farm BB which was about 20 mins away in a very rural area that looks completely over San Marino. It was a very rough track for the last km leading up to the farm. The young owners had built the house out of the stones etc from her grandparents house who owned the farm originally. We had two rooms upstairs ...

    Awful Ferry Trip & Arriving In Italy

    A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Oct 05, 2014

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    ... ride fast in these circumstances. Italian drivers take no prisoners.



    I almost sail past the services where the other two have pulled in. But I just manage to spot a taillight and veer from the outside lane, to the slip road and pull up behind them. It seems they have decided not to carry on to Sud Tirol (it is another 500km) and have decide to stop for the ...

    The most serene republic

    A travel blog entry by cemewa on Jan 16, 2014

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    ... to walk around stone parapets 400 metres above the valley floor. The towers were built on the rocky escarpment looking east over the plain toward the Adriatic some 35 kilometres or so distant. Tower three was the last to be built and was a classic watchtower with a door about 10 metres above the ground with original access by rope ladder. It is not open to the public. Towers 1 & 2 are keen medieval forts with lots of ...

    Crossing the Rubicon & A Strange Republic

    A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Nov 02, 2013

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    ... The shops catered solely to tourists, with signs in Cyrillic in every shop window. We had earlier thought we could have lunch at San Marino but quickly changed our minds (Fred's Burgers anyone?!). I did get Siân a tacky fridge magnet though, in keeping with the atmosphere. Sorry San Marino, we won't be coming back. We were in hysterics by the time we got back to the car. It was a relief to be back on the road; in daylight, some of the rocky mountains looked like ...

    1633. The Forgotten Republic

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 03, 2013

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    Day 256 6 hrs, 20.9 kms Next morning, I start out with a peaceful early morning stroll through the walled city of Sansepulcro, which is the last Tuscany town before I reenter Umbria region. Unlike Anghiari, Sansepulcro is laid out ina grid like fashion, walking up and down the straight alleyways it has a very planned feel to it. Some of these alleys are now being turned into a weekly street market, with Italian and Moroccan ...