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... the basilica, down for dinner, this was basically a set menu
2. Vegetable soup or pasta
3. Chicken, potatoes, cauliflower & beans
4. Panaotta dessert
Went for a walk upstairs to see the sunset, Tim went down to the street, they were having some sort of youth activity & showing video onto the side of the basilica, glorious night, bed early long day tomorrow.
... us that many of the dishes were a bit "gamey" for some people. They offered to make the kids simple dishes not on the menu. Sophie took them up on this offer and just ordered spaghetti with sauce. The rest of us all ordered pasta dishes with an Umbrian flare that were more adventurous. Yes, even Kirk after his Cuttle FIsh experience tried something new again. We took a picture of the menu so we would get it right! ...
While the students and Lynn had the opportunity to enjoy a few days with an Italian Family, the rest of us (Michele, Arlene, Felipe, and I) spent some quality time at the local Holiday Inn Express in Foligno. After having breakfast, we had a lazy day and eventually went into the city center for some lunch. We found a fabulous seafood restaurant where I ended up having some pasta in a tomato sauce ...
Today we elected to stay local and see the town of Orvieto, before we head for a late afternoon wine tasting. We had been thinking about driving to another nearby hill town, but our decision was influenced by our driving yesterday and learning from some of our fellow B&B guests at breakfast of the interesting things they had been able to see during their stay in Orvieto.
We were happy we stayed in town as we went to see the old ...
... 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 ...