Agriturismo Abbazia di San Salvatore in Valdicastro
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... a church, there are two basilicas, an upper which is bigger & brighter with frescos on the wall depicting St Francis's life then the lower basilica which has the tomb of St Francis., he was born here in 1128, known as a poet, he formed the Franciscan order. The town feels a little like it is frozen in the middle ages, got off the bus and walked up the hill to our hotel, St Francesco hotel directly opposite ...
... of the churches around Assisi but couldn't get to all of them. Maybe someday we'll return and spend a longer time with St. Francis. Being that is was Sunday, Kirk asked us to spend time at each church, reflecting and not rushing off to see the next one. Looking back, I'm not sure we did as good a job as we could have.
The English mass was held at the Basilica's Lower Church. This church was begun in 1228, ...
... antipasto for lunch , did some more wandering, and finally found our way back to the starting point for a ride home on the shuttle bus.
Back at camp it was still a hot day at 16.30, so we went for a swim in the camp pool, which was nice, but, in this instance it was pay to get in, pay for a chair or lounge, and buy a swim-cap before you get in.... As I think I've noted before - absolutely nothing is free in Italy, from a ...
... own private cave, which are mostly used today as cellars.But we had a tour of those not in private hands, and it was quite fascinating - I will post a picture of a couple, and I defy you to guess what the little box-holes in the walls were for.......After we called it quits - it was getting on for 18.00 by this time, we set sail for Assisi, where we are now comfortably ensconced, and will attack the village tomorrow.It's after midnight again, ...
... municipality, evidenced by the portico of a Roman Temple of Minerva built in the 1st Century, where the Christian faith was introduced in the 3rd century AD, evidenced by the temple being used as the facade of a church. After the fall of the Roman Empire, Assisi was razed by the Goths, recaptured by the Byzantines and then conquered by the Lombards. It flourished during the 11th and 12th centuries as a free Commune, but soon fell again into ...
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