Spoleto or Todi, Italy

Feb 4th, 2001, 02:13 PM
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Elsa
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Spoleto or Todi, Italy

We will be spending 3 nights in Cortona and then will move over to the Spoleto area. Any thoughts on Spoleto vs. Todi? Any other suggestions for that area are welcomed. Not Assisi (earthquake). I suppose Spoleto or Todi could have one too, but I haven't heard anything about earthquakes there.???????
Thanks in advance.
 
Feb 4th, 2001, 08:35 PM
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Hi, Elsa, please don't let earthquakes worry you - I live in the San Francisco Bay Area and sleep well at night. Spoleto is quite close to Assissi, but I think it is a little bit larger and easier to get around in than Todi. It is more charming, while Todi is more dramatic because of the way it sits on the top of a hill. Spoleto would also be more convenient if you want to visit other towns in Umbria. Let us know what you decide. Buon viaggio.
 
Feb 5th, 2001, 10:42 AM
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I loved Spoleto. We were just talking the other day about how we'd like to go back there. We stayed at a wonderful small hotel called the Gattapone which faced the gorge and the remarkable walking bridge (aquaduct). Spoleto would make a great base for visiting other places in the area, and has lots of nice restaurants.
 
Feb 5th, 2001, 12:00 PM
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ciao elsa

i live in the chianti, nearest florence. ca. 4 weeks ago we had an earhtquake right here (nothing happended) 3 days ago, here in the toscana we had an other earthquake. so, please don't worry about assisi. it's a lovely place and the whole region here is in an area of earthquakes (big ones and very small ones). but anyway, i was a half year ago in spoleto in a nice 3 star hotel and guess what, i can't remember the name. but it was in a quiet small road above via apollinare. and if you are there, test ristorante Apollinare in via Sant' Agata- They are in the Gambero Rosso guide for the restaurants in italy for the year 2000. we tested it and it's is really phantastic!!! they do have as well a hotel when i remember! (ah they are in the guide michelin, here we go:

Hotel Aurora
Via Apollinare 3
Spoleto

Phone: 0039 0743 220315
Fax: 0039 0743 221885

as i remember only the entrance was very nice (but on this time we had our room and couldn't change any more).

have a nice stay in umbria!

tanti saluti

christina
 
Feb 5th, 2001, 12:03 PM
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uuups!!!

what i wanted to say is: only see the entrance of hotel aurora made us sad not to choose thise one, because it was so nice!!! (uuu sometimes it's sooooooo hard to talk in another language!!!).

christina
 
Feb 5th, 2001, 12:50 PM
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dale
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some other umbrian options:
Spello: lovely little town just off ss2
Trevi: another beautiful town just off ss2
Bevagna and Montefalco: two hill towns worthy of a trip.
Umbria is the tuscany of twenty years ago. enjoy!

 
Feb 5th, 2001, 01:54 PM
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BOB THE NAVIGATOR
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Christina, Are you the one that does tours out of Firenze? And, I think your english is magnifico.
 
Feb 6th, 2001, 04:20 AM
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ciao bob the navigator

yes, i am the one who do tours out in the countryside. but here i'm private, i love to give hints and answers (as far as i know them) to other ones. why?

tanti saluti!

christina
 

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