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

      What a difference a day makes!

      A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 02, 2015

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... plus years old for the most part. It took us a moment to work out why this was so. It's not just the cleanliness of the buildings and streets, though this helps of course, it's because Urbino sits on a hill, and is alternately washed by the rain (and snow) and polished by the bright summer sun. Plus, there are few cars, and fewer chimneys, so there is little or no air pollution. Once you realise this, it is ...

      Our Week at Casa Ombuto

      A travel blog entry by justtash on Sep 14, 2013

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... we just had more shots...

      ...and the wrap
      I think you can tell that I loved cooking school and Casa Ombuto... I had hoped it would be good, I had a strong feeling it would be ... but I didn't expect it to be as good as it was.... It lifted my spirit, made me feel capable, filled me with joy and made me a better cook. Along the way, we made some new friends who we'll keep in contact with (we're catching up with Erin and Mike in Orlando), the NZ girls are just across 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 ...

      Driving under Tuscan sun

      A travel blog entry by dvacation on Apr 02, 2011

      5 photos

      ... family owned restaurant that offered a rustic Tuscan ambiance. A bed of asparagus dripped with extra virgin olive oil and a plate of spaghetti covered with tomato sauce and basil looked deceivingly plain, but they surely woke up our

      Tuscany is a place where many things have changed and, at the same time, many things have stayed the same since the Roman time. This is a place where both tradition and progress
      walk together ...

      Under the Tuscan Rain

      A travel blog entry by romansyd on Feb 07, 2010


      ... to another, bigger, one. With this confirmation that a train was actually going to Cortona, my rommates also bought tickets.

      We ran back to the platform and looked around for the right train. Still didn't know what the heck was going on. So my brave room mate Cara hopped on a stopped train and sort of asked, in Italian, where those lovely people were going. Well they just looked at the two of us like we were Avatars or ...