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

    Perugia and Cartona

    A travel blog entry by bigemms on Jun 05, 2015

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    ... Colonel and I could not eat it all and only nibbled at the successive courses.The restaurant was beautifully presented but I must say I was underwhelmed by the truffles. In fact there was not that much of a taste at all. The restaurant was situated in a winding little cobbled street which we had to walk up to from the bus. Most of these villages are at least 800 years old some parts are from Roman times. The streets are curved and narrow with ...

    A Week under the Tuscan Sun...

    A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld on Apr 13, 2014

    ... and Greve in Chianti, to the tiny hill city of Montefioralle. From there we had the most spectacular views of the region...gentle, sloping green hills and brown fields, acres and acres of vineyards and olive orchards. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.

    Our last pit stop was Radda in Chianti. This was a bit east of the other villages. Another cute little medieval town with stone houses typical of this region.

    By then it was evening and we had to rush to the ...

    1634. The Abandoned Villages

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 03, 2013

    32 photos

    ... 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 ...

    More of Italy "Under the Tuscan Sun".....

    A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 04, 2012

    12 photos

    ... their conference again today. One of them was from Denmark, one from the U.S. and the other was American but living in the U.K. One VERY nice breakfast treat was the fact that the delicious Croissants were freshly baked this morning. They had a light dusting of icing sugar and were still a bit warm.

    I don’t have much planned today except to visit the Etruscan Museum and get some more photos. The weather today is still sunny, although ...

    September 18, 2010: The Main Event

    A travel blog entry by dave.and.marie on Sep 18, 2010

    2 photos

    ... an M... family reunion. We did a 90 minute bike and traffic familiarization loop, and later sat down to a multi-course feast.

    The four M... brothers are a remarkable group – brought up by a blue collar couple in a rugged Boston neighborhood, they have all lead successful professional lives. They are closely knit, opinionated and outspoken; tempered (most of the time) by equally successful ...