Locanda Senio

Address: Via Borgo dell'Ore 1, Palazzuolo Sul Senio, Tuscany, 50035, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Borgo dell'Ore 1, Palazzuolo Sul Senio.
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      Second day of classes

      A travel blog entry by ljean on Sep 03, 2013

      3 photos

      ... to your table. The people there are starting to recognise us now since we go there almost every day. Sometimes I go there early and get a chocolate filled crossaint for breakfast. They warm that up for you too. It's to die for. They also have muffins, cookies, and coffee. The people there are so nice, it's right accross the street from my apartment, and the prices are so cheap. Every sandwich is 3 euros or less and my morning crossaint is only ...

      Goodbye Florence

      A travel blog entry by samplum on Jun 28, 2013

      4 comments, 8 photos

      ... view of the Cinque Terre towns and the ocean. It was beautiful. They had some great little shops and lots of yummy food. We ate gelato which was DELICIOUS. After Cinque Terre we made our way to Florence. We went to a church that was built in the year 1021! How old does that make it? Florence is famous for its artists and I think we saw at least one piece of art work from each ninja turtle ...

      The Uffizi Gallery

      A travel blog entry by arnies on Nov 10, 2012

      14 photos

      ... in Spiritual Direction with Fr Austin Cooper at the Australian Catholic Theological College. He has the background to unpack the history and symbolism of this art, but I just find myself pining for Vincent and Monet and Degas, who seem to capture so much more of the spiritual dimension than these painters have succeeded in doing. The Uffizi sculptures were intriguing, hundreds of them, modelled on Roman originals. Afterwards we let our feet guide us and wandered around looking ...


      A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Apr 02, 2012

      8 photos

      ... s tower is a 414 step climb up, but there are several platforms you can stop and rest. There really isn't space on the staircases themselves as the stairways get more and more narrow the higher up you go. The only way two people can fit is if one is plastered against the wall. Near top, the squares take the form of a tight spiral staircase. As with most cities, the reward at the end is always the view from all around. The funny thing is, ...

      Mountain Jungle to Mountain Apinnes

      A travel blog entry by karigraven on Aug 15, 2011

      4 comments, 48 photos

      ... with my friend Dina, (Qigong instructor and friend) she built a beautiful bamboo house in the jungle. I had the luxury and serenity of staying with Dina the last week in Costa Rica. Dina and I went to San Jose together, she to get her plans for a trip to China and US and me to hopefully learn more and appreciate San Jose in a new light. I took a tour of San Jose- the tourist kind..but with me in the front seat next to the guide. I always request ...