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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    Day 8: Castelluccio

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 09, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... mushroom tagliatelle which does not compare with the previous nights dish, having a ragu instead of pieces of mushroom and without bacon. The wine is fantastic, a 2004 Montefalco Dionigi Sagrantino. Sagrantino is described as "the flagship" wine of Umbria, and is grown only around the town of Montefalco. I haven't tasted one I've really liked before but this was terrific, a big wine with an unusual hint of ...

    Day 7: Now the climbing! Visso to Castelluccio

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 08, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... with the laneway outside being level with the windowsill. We find the restaurant excellent. It is quite posh, (and expensive) but the service is great and the food delicious. We start with a fantastic asparagus and bacon tagliatelle, grilled mixed meats which are so-so, and delicious sheep's milk ricotta deserts. Meat seems to be not the thing to order in Italy. Our meat dish was OK, but expensive. (If we'd had steak it would have been ...

    Day 6: The climbing begins. Spoleto to Visso.

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 07, 2015

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... until we pass the turnoff and tunnel entrance leading to Norcia. We bowl along this ever more beautiful precipitous valley following the fast flowing river upstream. The slope is noticeable, and we work quite hard, passing power stations which harness the flow, and trout and salmon farms which use it to keep the water pure. We are peckish, and places to stop are scarce. We stop at Bar/Ristorante Fiorella. There is a shaded nook with tables opposite and ...

    Day 5: Spoleto to Montefalco and back.

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 06, 2015

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... San Francisco is gratuito and we decide to visit it on our way out of town, to see the rather special quattrocento frescoes by Gozzoli and others. First I need to alter the position of the cleat on one of my new bike shoes, because one foot has been giving me some grief. Once this is fixed, I pronounce these shoes a success. The are especially comfortable to walk in, feel secure, and do not clack on hard surfaces. ...

    Day 4: Spoleto

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 05, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... a motorino (scooter). Returning down the main drag past the Duomo we enter the Palazzo Communale to see an exhibition of sculpture by the Colombian artist, Fernando Botero. I gather they are plaster reproductions of bronze works. We have been attracted by a large scale headless plump lady, in marble in the street. The cost of entry is E10 each, which seems stiff, but we discover is well worth it. ...