Borgo San Faustino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Borgo San Faustino Orvieto
Travel Blogs from Orvieto
... lot left the cars went up in a lift (as all these towns are located at the top of a hill) and started our walk about the town. A lot flatter than Montepulciano thank heavens as the calf muscles are real tight at this moment. Jeff now speaks Italian after 5 years here and spoke and introduced us to many shop owners. I bought a wallet from a shop owner who makes all types of leather goods and shoes right there in the store called Federico Badia. ...
... We went to the local Basilica first( is this the 57th church we have been in?) and then down the road to look at the villa in the movie Under the Tuscan Sun. It was a 9 minute walk down a winding tree lined country road in 30 degree heat. This was downhill and so the slog back up to the bus took longer, much longer. Did I mention 30 degrees? What is the temperature in New Zealand? After parking our sweaty bodies on the bus and downing bottles of ...
... and so historic!! Headed back and along the way decided to have dinner at the restaurant Catrina from the first stop we made the other day had made Ristorante Fattoria Pulcino. Over all we weren't too impressed! So back to Montepulciano we go caught the end of another beautiful sunset. Then we grabbed some of our wine we bought and went up to the Grand Piazza and sat outside on some tables and finished a blog then off to bed!!! ...
... seat as we both suffer a little car sickness in the back seat and believe me any ordinary person would suffer the same given these windy roads. Driving down the road taking in all the sites including beautiful hay fields and the vineyards you could see for miles. Then at the last minute we came upon this vineyard that had a wine tasting bar and Ian came to a halt we got out of the car and there it was the most beautiful view ...
... that the swimming pool is shut (as is the disco but that’s not such a bad thing) and the campsite is busy, especially as today is a public holiday in Italy, Republic Day, celebrating the birth of the Italian Republic in 1946. Most Italians are making the most of a long weekend. The campsite is also hosting two sets of German teenagers on their school trip along with the usual Dutch and German contingent. We ...