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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... water, so walking or water buses or water taxis are the only way of getting around.
We settled into the apartment then went to the local super market for the essentials. Beer, Wine, cheese, tea coffee, milk, bread, olives ..................
and then to a restaurant for dinner. Shared a Pizza, a mixed salad, two beers for me and two wines for Jean. It is 9.45pm now and we are ready for bed.
... managed to find a park close to town outside of the ZTL, so we were happy. Despite the chilli start to the day it didn't take us long to warm up walking all of the steps and slopes into town. The town of Perugia itself was only just waking up when we arrived at 9.30am however the chocolatiers were already hard at work offering tastes of their delectables. Being the home of Baci chocolate (the chocolate we served at our ...
For our first day in Cortona we started off by going for a walk around Camucia which is at the bottom of the hill. Once we had seen all if the shops we went to the supermarket to get some groceries. After lunch, we went right to the top of the hill to look around Cortona. Cortona is a walled city so we had to try and find somewhere where we could get in. Once in, we spent ages looking around Cortona we found a souvenir shop and we bought a few ...
I finally went and bought myself some Italian reading material- Italian 'Vanity Fair'. It's very intense, serious reading practice... and there are pretty pictures. While i was at the newsagents I thought I would buy this tacky light up hair thingy that Metta liked in an attempt to bribe her into not saying I'm a bad babysitter etc (just to note- it worked! Synthetic hair mixed with lights is the way to a six ...
Packed a lunch and headed to Assisi. Last day of May Day holiday so once again packed with Italians. Visited the Basilica Di San Francesco – lower and upper church plus the crypt of St Francis. The upper church was built in 1230 and famous for 28 part fresco which revolutinised art in the Western world. Returned to carpark for lunch. When wandering around the streets we caught up with the ...