Hotel Relais Valle Orientina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Pitigliano
... gate allowing entry through the city walls, and gaze from the cliff tops to the Umbrian countryside. It is another clear, beautiful day and the views are magnificent! We pass several small churches along the way and enjoy the art and frescos. It is getting close to lunch so we wind our way to the main part of town to find a spot. We find one across the Piazza from the Duomo on a pretty square full of shops, museums and restaurants. We enjoy one of the ...
... speaking the lingo, and attending functions like brother Per's 70th, 17May celebrations (ed. Norwegian National Independence day) and 2 Confirmations - all very special!
Per and Ragnhild took such great care of us - thanks a million!
I am so lucky to have a great family whom I already miss a lot!
Mind you, David missed the English; Italian after German we had too...
Enjoying our summer-house on wheels - it is so comfortable, compact ...
... the sale of the properties above ground. Making our way through the tunnels did involve some very tight squeezes with low ceilings but often opened up into large spaces many with openings onto the cliff face providing air and light.
Once the tour was over we went into the Duomo museum which to be honest was nothing special but we had a wander around. We headed off towards pozzo di san Patrizio, a well dug between 1527 and 1537 after pope clement VII took refuge in Orvieto ...
... the scene of enough ugly traffic confrontations due to it being so narrow, that they have installed traffic lights at each end of the problem area which allow the traffic to flow in each direction for maybe 2 minutes at a time, but alternating one-way direction. We didn't die!
But managed to find a suitable car-park (hallelujah!) and walked ...
... Every year the event is celebrated during the feast of Corpus Christi.
Pitilgliano lies just west of Lake Bolsena. As you drive up to this beautiful hill town, you can see the ancient aqueducts from the Roman era still standing. The town sits precariously on the mesa and juts straight up from the rocky mountaintop. The walls of the town quite literally go to ...