Hotel Valentino

via Plinio il Giovane, 3/5, Terni, Umbria, 05100, Italy | Hotel
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Terni

A travel blog entry by gloryb

Was a big day for the bor- driving into Terni-10ish not easy to find acc. all Italian at night( speach) turns to gobblygook lol really it does- turned out this hotel was awesome- big huge room and BIG COMFY BED_ yip and B BREKKY ! what more could ya need- and girl everything with ENGLISH speak yey, sent us off in morning to Farantillo Mummies -was …

Day 50 (Giove)

A travel blog entry by marcohj

... bit of spice. We hung around on the beach for a bit longer, played some soccer and then departed for home. When we arrived home we lazed about on the internet for a while. Dinner was all our leftovers and remaining food cooked up; stewed vegetables, lentil soup, cold chicken, fennel salad and tomatoes. It was delicious. After dinner we went up into town and found a bar playing the Brazil Chile game. We arrived towards the end, ...

Day 49 (Giove)

A travel blog entry by marcohj

... and cheese etc. which was nice. We sat around a bit more and Nim finally got in the pool. We both finished our books (I've now read every single game of thrones book in existence) and hung around the pool a bit more. Everyone went into town for a walk but we stayed behind and had a dart. Dinner was pasta with tomatoes and ...

Day 48 (Giove)

A travel blog entry by marcohj

We woke early to say goodbye to Fabio and shortly after returned to sleep for a while. We hung around the house until about 3pm, when we departed for this nearby ancient town, built by the Etruscans, maintained by the Romans and one of the most important towns in the area from the 13th century till recent times. Me and Nim drove with dad and everyone else with Georgie; it was a bit frightening at first going on the motorway with someone who wasn't completely used to Italian ...

Orvieto underground

A travel blog entry by pwhalen

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... the Assumption, mainly known as the Duomo. Wow. The Rose window, frescoes, statues, relics of a miracle, marble floor inset with biblical and mythological scenes. We had barely begun to absorb the extensive display of art and history when a service began. Obviously quite an event as presided over by a cardinal supported by serial bishops. Most impressive. At the end of the service, the cardinal led the procession of the faithful outside ...

Location

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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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent