Villa Rossi-Mattei

Address: via di Castel Secco 11, Arezzo, Tuscany, 52100, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on via di Castel Secco 11, Arezzo, is near Piazza Grande, Church of San Francesco Arezzo, Duomo Arezzo, and San Domenico Church.
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      Travel Blogs from Arezzo

      Saturday Morning Flea Market

      A travel blog entry by margot.mccomb on May 17, 2014

      3 photos

      ... With my knowledge of french and portuguese combined, Im getting by. But dont ask me to talk, thats just a trainwreck. haha

      I decided to visit rome for a few days once I leave the farm, before heading off to Germany for my next helpx adventure. Well thats all for now my friends.

      The Girl with the Guitalele

      PS the wine in the grocery stores is 3 euros here. I think I belong here. forever.
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      First days under the Tuscan Sun

      A travel blog entry by andye10000 on Sep 24, 2011

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... and we’ve got an English couple staying beside us. The unit has got everything we need; a great kitchen and shared laundry are the two most useful parts of it, while the outside area and garden furniture have been getting a hammering. The only hassle is the bed which we both find really uncomfortable (as it’s rock hard) and struggle to sleep on.

      On Saturday afternoon we went to Anghiari for a quick look – it’s set on top of a ...

      The Castles you have when you don't have castles

      A travel blog entry by johnhadfield on Jan 04, 2011

      6 photos

      ... and gradually decay.

      Later in the day Robyn and I went for a little drive, to a nearby village called Il Veccovia. It was very quaint, and had a very old church. It seems that every village has a gem of a church, hidden away, and hardly used. On the way back to Panzano we dropped in on the cemetery, which was really interesting. We are not sure, but think that they recycle grave plots, section by ...

      Living and eating like the locals, sort of...

      A travel blog entry by winegalcj on May 18, 2010

      4 photos

      ... they are loathe to fire up for a small group). The ladies have been sharing their talents in cooking and language for over 20 years in Florence and Tuscany and lately, they have been focusing more on their cooking schools at this house in Chianti more than their language classes in Florence. Both come from a background of language training, professional translation and teaching as well as cooking instructors and local tour guides.

      At ...

      The hunt is on!

      A travel blog entry by queson on Oct 03, 2009

      1 photo

      ... green – at her feet were two puppets dancing in tune with the accordion which she played. On the cobblestone street in front of her, children sat mesmerised and were occasionally coaxed out of their reverie by a parent’s request to throw a coin into the entertainer’s basket. To the immediate left, a vendor grilled locally sourced chestnuts coated in a warm drizzled syrup and sold in a small piece of parchment paper.

      Arezzo is best known for ...