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Travel Blogs from Perugia
... I met some good people who made my time more enjoyable. If you want to visit the calanques, Marseille can be done as a day trip. Your time and money would be better spent visiting other cities in the south of France.
- Using the regional rail system in Italy to get around is convenient and relatively inexpensive. These things are all a backpackers dream. However, my problem is with the lack of information and attitude of many of the workers. ...
... After lunch it was time for a 3 hr nap and then dinner! Now, that's the way to vacation! And after dinner, bedtime.
So I awoke with much energy today. I had to walk my 10,000 steps today so made my way up the hill after breakfast to the center of Perugia. My photography task today was: Perugia, up close. Hope you enjoy the photos.
I walked around and reacquainted myself to the town. I tend to go to ...
... I feel hard pressed to see goodness in us at all. We hate, we break; we oppress and repress. The pantheon holds my face gently and lifts it up to see beyond our baseness; it extends a gentle arm around me and embraces me with goodness and beauty and truth. Hmmm. All that from a structure built of cold stone . . . wow.
The weather has been what the weather will tend to be in December in Italy. As Paul would say, I’ve just “allowed” ...
... right to celebrate. What is there to celebrate?”
But while the Austrians and Italians wrestle over their own
vexed identities, a new reality is taking hold here: an Italy shaped by new
As he sold dried fruit from a cart in the market here, Hamad
Butt, an immigrant from Pakistan, said he thought it was fitting that Bolzano
celebrate unification. “It’s a good idea,” Mr. Butt said, ...
... in Europe - the day commemorates the liberation of Auschwitz. After our farewell dinner with the students we made our way to the Sala di Notari - Room of the Notaries in the MIddle Ages, now a beautiful concert/lecture hall with frescoes on the walls and ceilings - and watched the most difficult Holocaust film I think I've ever seen. It is an early film by Alain Resnais (famous for Hiroshima, Mon Amour) and is called (in Italian) Notte ...