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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Zuccari Montefalco
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... However, Jo was adamant that the the restaurant had more than one night to offer and as we enjoyed it so much we ought to go back - when you're onto a good thing stick to it. Anyway it was again supurb. We both ordered very differently, and still the food was great. Vittorio went down to their pizza joint on the other side of the square and brought the kids back a pizza, so they were happy. And we took up the conversation on Australia, etc. just where we left it ...
... 8217;s hillside home, we serve full-course Umbrian meals to groups as small as four and as large as ten. Tita, whose culinary skills were passed down from her great-grandmother, personally produces an exquisite olive oil that is used during the hands-on cooking classes. Using only the freshest ingredients, some of them from Tita’s garden, we give cooking lessons that include several different appetizers, two first courses such as pasta ...
... The men are supposed to keep up, encourage and steer the bull to the finish line, maybe 80 metres in total. Well. It all depends it seems on whether the bull actually feels like doing that and in all honesty, the team with the large bull had a significant advantage over the smaller bull. Two teams race once and then rest, and the two other teams do the same. Then they swap tracks so one gets the inside and the other the outside. And ...
So many towns to choose from in Umbria…. Where to pick to base ourselves for our 9 night Umbrian stay? After much umming and ahhing we chose Spoleto, which turned out to be the perfect spot. Initially we had decided that we would make do with public transport and use buses and trains for our day trips, but after a day or 2, we quickly decided a car was the way to go, and I am SO glad we did. We justified the extra expense by using our mum's birthday money to Mikey ...
... green and even at the edge, the bottom cannot be seen. It has been poetically described as 'a veil of water on a meadow’. I’m not sure about that but it is delightful nonetheless, as are the many towns and castles that surround it. There are also fields of sunflowers which look wonderful as they follow the sun. We stopped at Passignano sul Trasimeno for lunch and at Faliero for coffee, enjoying the beautiful day and scenery in front of us.