Hotel Valentino

Address: via Plinio il Giovane, 3/5, Terni, Umbria, 05100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on via Plinio il Giovane, 3/5, Terni, is near Marmore Waterfall and La corsa all'anello - San Giovenale.
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    Travel Blogs from Terni

    The Empire is now kaput

    A travel blog entry by fredwfussell on Oct 20, 2015

    12 photos

    So, we drove north and are now in Tuscany. We stopped at Orvieto, which is an Italian Hill Town. There are many hill towns in Tuscany and Umbria, particularly the former. They were built during the middle ages as defensive structures due to the constant small time warfare and raiding. So, this massive Roman Empire is reduced to sibling squabbling. But there are attractive sights left for us.

    In Orvieto, the church is rated by some as the most beautiful ...

    Our European Adventure - Chapter 27 - Italy

    A travel blog entry by brods1 on Oct 20, 2015

    10 photos

    ... filled with visiting the towns three museums (one of which has excavations of Roman ruins running 100 metres back under the central plaza) and wandering the small alleyways and streets (all of them with some sort of an incline, this town really is built on the side of a hill) admiring the buildings and the flowers in pots that hang from every balcony and ledge available. When the time had come to catch our train home, we realised we hadn't left enough time to get back ...

    Tuff Town- Civita di BagnoRegio

    A travel blog entry by rnnladolcevita on Oct 13, 2015

    32 photos

    ... island and the pace of the erosion quickened ,as the layer of clay below the stone was reached.
    A bridge was constructed to keep Civita connected to BagnoRegio in the 1900's .The village is known in Italian as il paese che muore ("the town that is dying"). There are about 12 people who live there year round , and up to about 100 in summer as Civita is now under a new erosion threat of unregulated tourists. (Of course that ...

    Rome, the Eternal City

    A travel blog entry by cndashton on Oct 01, 2015

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... the outskirts.

    Could I continue? Yes. But even though I love my bike, I'm glad to be jumping off and am looking forward to being a tourist, wandering around Rome with David.

    What's next? The days of being able to do these epic trips are waning as the years roll by but I am seriously tempted by the idea of cycling next year from Paris to Moscow. Anyone interested? Chrissie x

    Wine anyone?

    A travel blog entry by alanad.abroad on Sep 27, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Grandparents, parents, stairs, food and lots of room to roam. He loved it! He also enjoyed the wine tours, just tours there was no wine tasting for him. He just seemed to have so much fun. Running around the grass area or going up the stairs he was a happy kid. It was great to watch!

    After having a wonderful breakfast Friday morning we heading over to our first wine tour. Ca Del Baio was the first one we were touring. This was a great winery. I think ...