Residenza Antica Canonica

Address: Via San Florido 23, Citta di Castello, Umbria, 06012, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via San Florido 23, Citta di Castello.
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    Travel Blogs from Citta di Castello

    The Last Supper

    A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Apr 07, 2015

    There was so much packing to do, as you can imagine, we have collected a few things along the way, Laurie made me dispense with a few things since I have had a little retail therapy! All is good though and we managed to squeeze everything in. Gea, our landlord, came around for a farewell drink, after she left we went into "Antica Enoteca" in via della Croce near the Spanish Steps for a pasta and a bottle of Nero d'Avola, yum, an early night, we have a big day ...

    The town of leather and David

    A travel blog entry by lollbaker on Sep 10, 2013

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    Arrived in Florence late afternoon where we headed into the center of city to have a walking tour. Us rebel gazelles got a gelato and bailed on the tour for some leather shopping at the markets. Felt as though we were in Thailand, creepy men harassing us to buy their bags and slapping bags at us and calling us rude. We tolerated it for a short time and then ...

    1634. The Abandoned Villages

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 03, 2013

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    ... Now, there are only 2 homes that are still inhabited. This village existed since Roman times and of special religious significance. First there was a pagan temple here. Then, according to tradition, a Roman centurion converted to Christianity and was martyred and buried here in a crypt/chapel at the lower level of this building. Later he was canonized as Saint Crescentino. Visiting this chapel with its early medieval feel is an opportunity to ponder on ...

    Cortona - a completely different type of Tuscany

    A travel blog entry by denningsontour on Jun 24, 2012

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    ... the air conditioning in the car or just look through the window and just soak up the general jist of it. If we do park and get out and walk around there's a small window of opportunity for sightseeing before we need to dive into a Trattoria for coffee or lunch or a Gelateria in the afternoon for the life saving benefits of frozen sugar.

    However, the getting out and looking thing is really worth the trudging up and down ...

    Under the Tuscan Rain

    A travel blog entry by romansyd on Feb 07, 2010

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    ... So, went back to the mean ticket lady and asked her (kind of, in a mix of Italian and English combined with her huffing and my not being able to understand her through the glass) when the train for Cortona left. She rolled her eyes, muttered some things I'm glad I couldn't understand and then wrote the times on the back of my ticket. Also, from this conversation I gathered that we had to take a train from the dinky station where ...