Poggio delle Civitelle Agriturismo
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... announced that the staff was going out to the bar for a drink before curfew and everyone was invited. Of course, everyone headed out to have a good time (some had more of a good time than others). It was cool to have everyone out in an unofficial setting just hanging out but we also found it a little embarrassing to be a part of 100+ (loud) Americans who take over a bar while Italians are just trying to have a nice dinner.
... I’ve ever met, I adore her. Her nickname fits her perfectly as she has definitely done the most exploring out of all of us. Great travel company, went on a wonderful date with her where we spent a whole day at the forum Romanum and hope to go on many more trips together.
Jasper [Javar, UK]: My classmate that I met in class because he was writing out/reciting Shakespeare (he might be known as a tiny bit pretentious, but that’s ...
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 ...
... We saw relics of St. Anthony ... His vocal chords, part of his tongue, and his teeth and we passed by and go to touch his coffin. The Basilica is absolutely gorgeous. We saw the University of Padua where Galileo was an instructor. It is the second oldest university in Italy. Today we drove to Ravenna and saw a basilica built in 540 AD and a mausoleum built 100 years earlier than that. The churches and other ...
... 8230;the dimensions of it are also very impressive and seems like such a large Church for the size of the town…and speaking of the facade …Oh Boy…it is overflowing with intricate sculptures and detail mosaics that take your breath away…you can literally stare at it for hours and not be satisfied…which would account for the permanent row of marble benches situated 30 metres directly in front . What more can I say…ABSOLUTELY ...