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Travel Blogs from Panicale
... town. You will have some free
time to shop or eat lunch at an outdoor cafe with a view of an ancient
Roman temple, we go to the Church of St. Clare to view the relics of St.
Clare. The foundress of the Order of Poor Clares followed the teachings
of St Francis by living a life of poverty and humility. We will visit
these two saints' tombs before dinner and retiring for the ...
... to let someone drive out. Phew!
We had a lovely family dinner as it was one of their son's birthdays. There were 12 of us, including three grandchildren. The long table was beautifully set and there were multiple plates (stacked neatly on top of each other), glasses and cutlery on the table. The menu in order was:
Tre fomaggio - plaited mozzarella, pecan cheese, plus one other cheese
Pasta (wide ribbons) with radish
Pasta (tubes) ...
... her death. The 19th-century Saint Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows was also born in Assisi.
Such a beautiful place to ...
... We also went to see a few different churches around the city, including the church that St. Francis worshipped at, ten the church that was dedicated to St. Francis which unfortunately you could not take pictures of the inside. The stained glass windows was absolutely beautiful to look ...
This weekend I traveled to the plateau of Orvieto. It was a school study trip with 15 other students planned by my advisor. I swear I may never eat another meal ever again. I swear it was like family Christmas dinner on steroids. We started off at 9 am with some white wine (it's the Italian way)! Then we moved to an open air market to get ingredients for lunch we ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed