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Travel Blogs from San Martino in Campo
... The Basilica contains her remains. At the end of town is The Basilica of St. Francis. St. Francis was buried on this site in 1226. The church was started in 1228 and is considered the first gothic church in Italy. Inside is beautiful, with 28 frescoes lining the walls that show scenes from the life of Francis which he used to teach the Christian message, a mix of documented history and folk legend. The courtyard overlooks a 15th century cloister that houses ...
Today we had a cooking class at our bed and breakfast in Assisi. Letizia was a great teacher and cook. We were also joined by another guest from England. We made a lentil, tomato and mozzarella salad, a spinach fritatta, stringozzi pasta, and limoncello melon panacotta for desert. It was all tradition Umbrian food, and she did a wonderful job teaching us the different techniques in ...
... to use, as well as an amenity pack with socks, sleep mask, earplugs, toothbrush, etc. For dinner we had an appetizer, beef tenderloin and Ben and Jerry's ice cream for dessert. Of course, wine was also on the list, and it wasn't from a box! Not too bad for airplane food. Dinner service lasted almost 3 hours. After arriving in Rome, we got our car and ...
... having constant conversations for 36 hours that consist literally of them doing Scottish and other accents; absolutely zero substance. Atifa even agreed with me that it's literally the most annoying thing in the world. I will strangle them. After our walk we said goodbye to ken and went back home. I felt a bit sick so I lay down and watched TV then used the internet for a bit. We are now about to go to bed. I love you so much and am so excited ahhh please come sooner!! ...
... pilgrimage to. We were not allowed to take pictures but I did sneak a shot of the man's tomb. For some it was clearly an emotional experience and there were several people weeping in the church. For non-believers like us it was a pretty church but perhaps less spectacular than the Monreale we saw in Sicily. It was set in a wonderful location though and the views were magnificent.
After the church we went off ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool