Palazzo Bontadosi Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Montefalco
... so I headed off to get my trunks on. After about 96 goes on the pink one, these times with Jo and I participating, it was time for the big blue one. Not sure what the height limit was but Flynn was way to short. No worries, its Italy. We shoved some floaties on him and stuck him in at the top: a bit of gravity, a bit of adrenalin (his and ours) and out he popped at the bottom. Too easy. Time for the giant twister - two tubes twisting round each other. It was a bit ...
... pie. Moving on, we made the soup and sliced the tomatoes so they could be seasoned and roasted. The soup was quick and easy as was the veal strips and the broccoli souffle. Actually, none of the dishes had complicated steps or required advanced skills so we were at ease and enjoyed helping prepare each and every dish. The final dish to prepare was the cheese baskets and they were made in a very small skillet, cooled and then draped over a ...
... has been going since 1860, but it is also an ancient town that is enclosed within massive walls dating from the 4th-3rd century BC. About 3km of walls enclose the ancient part of the town and much of that is pedestrian only, apart from residents. Our first stop was the area which was reclaimed by one of the power hungry Popes to show dominance in the area. Hundreds of homes, churches, towers convents and other ...
... elegantly on each hillside. Breathtaking.
Umbria is a diverse region. Cities full of art and culture, top notch food and wine, archaeological sites and medieval towns. You might think you are in the middle of nowhere, and then suddenly around the corner there is yet another hilltop village even more incredible than the last, and each with its own feel and identity. Nature lovers are spoilt too. Mountains, lakes, plains, sunflower fields, olive groves and ...
... for their origin, I can’t find it. We’ll have to go back another day so I can get the info!
We’ve been to the Rivotorto festival, which is walking distance from our house, twice now. We went to the opening night which had food and dancing listed on the programme and was held in the local sporting complex. We thought it might be 'youngsters’ dancing but no, it was 'proper old school’ dancing. Hundreds ...