Borgo di Celle

Address: Loc Celle 7, Citta di Castello, Umbria, 06012, Italy | Inn
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This inn is located on Loc Celle 7, Citta di Castello.
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      A travel blog entry by linarogers on Nov 08, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... This was set high up in the Tuscan hills and had magnificent views. We had to hang around for a while until a volunteer guide arrived to show us around. Initially okay, it turned out to be a great tour. The church had a magnificent alter made of marble. The guide really brought it alive to us becauase he sang to indiciate how good the acoustics were. This was important as the priests had to sing their prayers!! The monastery was huge and ...

      1634. The Abandoned Villages

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 03, 2013

      32 photos

      ... I ask. In Morocco also people go from the countryside to the city looking for jobs and an easier life--but they always remain attached to their native village--leaving family members behind to cultivate the land and building a retirement home to spend their final years in their native village. "No, they've pretty much forgotten about their villages of origin. Some of the fields have turned into forests again. Some of the land titles have been lost and no one ...

      Moving Day - We're On The Road

      A travel blog entry by diandron on Jun 15, 2013

      36 photos

      ... open road south of the city. Rather than drive directly to Marciano, we take a slight detour. Siena is our temporary destination and LUNCH is the reason! The road is vaguely familiar and we find the car park that we used on our 2010 trip. Once parked, we walk toward the town center and a number of familiar sights emerge, most notably the Torre del Mangia (literally, the tower of eating) and City Hall. Once we reach the ...

      How to make Homemade pasta & pizza?

      A travel blog entry by ltraveldesigner on Oct 19, 2011

      4 photos

      ... the dough is kneaded sufficiently. The answer is: you can feel it in your hands (practice makes perfect).

      Pizza dough keeps in the refrigerator for several days and frozen pizza dough can be kept for several months. I always have frozen pizza dough in the freezer for emergencies, and I find that if it is frozen in pieces the size of golf balls then it is defrosted in ten minutes.

      When you come to baking your pizza dough, the chances are ...

      Under the Tuscan Sun in Cortona

      A travel blog entry by peter148 on Oct 05, 2008

      5 photos

      ... in the town. Conveniently we made a circle with our journey and ended up in the main part of town. We also walked a different direction and saw a beautiful park. Cortona also has lots of antique shops and we loved to look at all of the old jewlery. I found a store with flavored balsamics and jumped at the chance to buy one since balsamic is the only dressing they use in Italy. Upon the store owners sugguestion ...