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today is our 24th day overseas. Only 12 days until we get back.
So after a late start, we decided that instead of going to Sinea like we originally planned, we would go to a closer town named Gubbio. We hopped in the car, and drove down The White Road, and along other boring asphalt roads to Gubbio (see title if you want to know how to pronounce it correctly.). After quite awhile of driving ...
... for airport in Florence and then got onto auto strada (freeway). Heading in right direction we arrived around 4.30 pm after a deviation to another factory outlet. This is the night we stay in a castle "under the Tuscan sun"! The photos hopefully give you a better picture than my ...
... it said in one of the guide things that there are grass snakes, vipers, and scorpions (okay. Admittedly the scorpions are only 3 cm long, and grass snakes are harmless, but still...)! We walked up through the grass in blistering heat, until (finally!) we got to the fence that bordered the driveway. I had no idea how we were all going to get across, but then dad gave us all a ...
... some more.). We turned off the main road, and drove past dusky yellow abandoned buildings, that looked like they could be haunted, then turned off onto a white pebbly road. We drove up the side of the hill, on this narrow white road, until we stopped outside a stone building to try work out where the villa was. Dad went to talk to the people in the building, and he came back with the news that this was the villa! We talked to ...
... t get over how cool it is, probably because it reminds me so much of Harry Potter. We arrived around 10 and stopped at a basilica in which St. Francis died. Within the large basilica, there is a small Chapel that the Benedictine's (holler!) provided the funds for Francis to start his order back in the 12th century. He started it at the bottom of the mountain because that's where the poor lived, and he was quite committed to poverty. Then we made our way up to the little ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed