Country House Hotel Tre Esse
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... was definitely my favorite! It was filled with cafes, chocolate shops, museums, and cute little shops. We went to the Galleria Nationale Dell'umbria, which had tons and tons of crazy cool paintings, sculptures, and artifacts. We could have spent an entire day in there but because of the time restraints, we whizzed through in hopes thatwe could retain it all.
When we arrived in
Assisi, Jessie, Mairin, Celia, and I ...
... for most have actually have replaced their real names;
And yes I use a shitload of adjectives, my apologies:
Caoimhe [yet to be nicknamed, US]: one of my amazing roommates who I thank a lot of great nights to, who has super funny facial expressions and who one day will become famous because of here beautiful voice.
Jess [Casanova, US/Brazil]: my other amazing roommate who I thank meeting most of the other to. I’ve never ...
... 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 ...
... so you can turn on the lights. I’m not sure we would have figured that out if they hadn’t clued us in before we left.
Thankfully we have Internet access, although we had to pay 5 euros for it. We were so excited to finally get access we lost track of time and were a few minutes late for dinner. When we walked into the dining room everyone had already been seated and starting clapping. Soooo embarrassing!! Turns ...
... took us past many famous buildings including Castel Sant' Angelo, Palace of Justice, Mausoleum of Augustus, Aurelian Walls, Vittoriano E Piazza Venezia& many more. We disembarked from our coach and walked through the narrow cobblestone lanes to Fontana Di Trevi, which unfortunately is being restored, a fountain with no water and the building with many scaffolds over it, I will have to use ...