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Travel Blogs from Perugia
... the middle being anything from a chat to a drink to maybe a kiss...) and the best case scenario is amazing. That pretty girl/handsome guy could steal your heart and make you happier. Take everyone for what they are. My friend from Minnesota and I are diametrically opposed in a number of ways, but I took him for him and he was able to really help me with a few issues I had been having. Everyone has something to offer, even if it's not what you really want. Me, I ...
... was great! That afternoon I walked, essentially the length of Rome city in the half rain and had a brilliantly clam afternoon. It was great! On the whole, you need to go to Rome. It's amazing. But it's over crowded, a little dirty and a lot of what you look at is in some state of ruin. So just don't expect a lot of space to move around and you will be so fine! From Rome I headed out to the Tuscan foothills for some work in a guest house north of Perugia. Just what the doctor ...
... was the bomb. They filled the bottom of the cone with liquid chocolate and I was, essentially, in heaven. On top of the deliciousness that the liquid chocolate added, it also added an element of hilarity. The hilarity came when there was chocolate literally being spilled everywhere. It was a mess. Out of the group, I was the only one who managed not to get chocolate all over myself. I was cheering, and laughing. Then we got through to dinner and I finally had pizza! Italian ...
... famous Baci chocolates. We took a tour. You go through the museum, they talk you through how chocolate is made and then you get a tasting. All these different types of chocolate from plain 70%25 cocoa to white. Our favourite was the milk chocolate hazelnut bar which is like baci but in a bar. SO GOOD. Basically a baci is a hazelnut chocolate paste topped with a hazelnut and covered in ...
After the rush of Rome, it was awesome to get away from the city and finally arrive in Assisi. For an introvert like myself, it was nice to be in such a peaceful and relaxed place to process everything which had just happened in Rome.
We began our trip by making a stop in Lower Assisi to visit the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli which contains the Portiuncula (the Church which St. Francis built when he heard the Lord tell him "rebuild my ...
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