Country House Poggio Fiorito
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... who we had to miss for a full ten days, which is a long time if you’re used to seeing each other almost every day, finally arrived at seven that evening. After catching up on each other’s lives, the five of us headed off to dinner. We had amazing Mexican food, which I’d missed greatly as Italians seem to despise spicy food. Next, we headed to a pretty cool club. There were multiple floors with different kinds of music on each one ...
The last part of our weekend excursion was our stop in Assisi. We started our Sunday with a Mass led by our American seminarians in one of the many chapels of the Basilica of St. Francis. After the mass we took a tour of the Basilica looking at the frescos that told the story of St. Francis' life. Then we went down to his tomb, that was a beautiful celebration of his life and his spirit. None of these ...
... famous Perugina Chocolate Factory where they make the renown "Baci" chocolates. This was quite the delicious tour! I only wish I had some milk to wash down all of the chocolates! On the tour we saw the Guiness World Record for the largest chocolate in the world. The piece of candy weighed just about 6 tons. To put that kind of density into perspective, Michelangelo's David weighs 6 tons. This enormous piece of chocolate and a marble statue weigh ...
When we were on our way to Rome we made a short stop at Assisi. At first I do have to admit I was a bit fustrated. All I wanted to do was get to Rome as soon as possible. I felt like we were wasting our time by stoping at Assisi. Boy was I wrong!
Personally as a catholic, this was one of the most impacting experiences. When ...
Perugia is the largest city in Umbria, perched on a high mountain about 40 klms from Gualdo. This is a university town where people come from all points of the compass to study the Italian language. We reach the old city by using the Mini- Metro, a mono rail running constantly up and down the steep mountain side. We make six stops before we reach the top, collecting passengers ...