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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a lot of new faces. One of them was Greek/British Nick who soon was nicknamed Finick (short for Fitnick- likes to do pullups in our kitchen) and who was our driver on one of the next trips:
Friday night around 9 pm when Assel convinces us to go to carnival in Venice the next day. Twelve hours later Jasper, Elena, Orane, Caoimhe, Nick, Assel and me are in a Van on our way to Venice. Because hostels in Venice around carnival are ...
... allowed for photography of any kind, so I don't have pictures from this part of the trip to post. We finished our short tour of Assisi up the main road lined with beautiful shops and views before heading to a delicious pizza lunch. It took me 20 years to try mozzarella, and it was a beautiful. If only I weren't a picky child focusing on my milk and chocolate! I got a delicious Carbonara pizza that had bacon ...
... 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 ...
... we got a local guide to tell us a little of the history of the town and of Saint Francis. After hearing all the stories a lot of things started to click in. I then understood why Pope Francis chose his name. I understood and embrace my religion more by being there, something I thought would happen in Rome, but instead it happened ...
today is our 24th day overseas. Only 12 days until we get back.
So after a late start, we decided that instead of going to Sinea like we originally planned, we would go to a closer town named Gubbio. We hopped in the car, and drove down The White Road, and along other boring asphalt roads to Gubbio (see title if you want to know how to pronounce it correctly.). After quite awhile of driving ...