B&b Colle San Francesco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I saw her later on, this time with my glasses on and she without. It was probably best that I didn't try for her autograph, after all. Seems like the Tavernelle Parco Aquatico has yet to be discovered by the Hollywood set. Get there while you can, I say! After our water sports, we had to get back to the Piegaro glass museum for an art and craft class. First up was stained glass. Bronte was pretty proficient but Flynn needed a hand. He kept making mistakes, though, so I ...
... 8217;s hillside home, we serve full-course Umbrian meals to groups as small as four and as large as ten. Tita, whose culinary skills were passed down from her great-grandmother, personally produces an exquisite olive oil that is used during the hands-on cooking classes. Using only the freshest ingredients, some of them from Tita’s garden, we give cooking lessons that include several different appetizers, two first courses such as pasta ...
... The men are supposed to keep up, encourage and steer the bull to the finish line, maybe 80 metres in total. Well. It all depends it seems on whether the bull actually feels like doing that and in all honesty, the team with the large bull had a significant advantage over the smaller bull. Two teams race once and then rest, and the two other teams do the same. Then they swap tracks so one gets the inside and the other the outside. And ...
... mum, dad and 2 kids in their 20s) and a young couple from Holland and Germany. The company was great, food to die for, setting amazing, hosts charming. We didn’t want the night to end, but around 1am, Luciano drove us back to our apartment.
We had some lovely days and evenings exploring Spoleto. The town is a treasure trove of cobble stoned streets and alleyways. There are escalators to take you up to the hill to the 14th century Rocca Albornoz, ...
1. For some reason Richard had wanted to pop in here - we had debated whether we would - totally glad we did. 2. Being quite amazed as we drove in at the size of the church do Assisi and the town perched on the top of a hill (now there is a surprise!). 3. The contrast between the simplicity of Assisi (giving everything up for the poor) and the scale of the church built in his "honour" 4. Our crazy GPS leading us along some tiny narrow lanes just to get out of Assisi to the main road ...