Borghetto del Mostaccio Dimora
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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 ...
... Bay, so that was a great start. Great to shuffle with.
Assel [Kinky, Syria]: Just a super sweet and kind guy.
Trips, wanders and hikes
Perugia is perfect for wandering around, hiking and as a starting point for other trips. Perugia has plenty of beautiful churches, hidden parks and cute alleyways.
My first trip was a daytrip to Assisi. I originally joined a group of 12 Americans but ended up breaking of from the group ...
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 ...
... br> The internal layout is very similar, narrow passageways, same architecture in the buildings.
Today however there was a market. After we parked our car and made our way via one entrance to the piazza, it was full of market stalls. I'm going to let the pictures tell the story today.
Suffice to say, the quality of the jewellery, clothing, bric-brac was really good or could it be I have been frequenting "lower class ...
Time to say goodbye to Trevi but one more Etruscan hill town to visit-Orvietto. This morning we were just in time to enjoy fresh croissants hot from the oven and sprinkled with sugar. Magnifico!!!! Another bright sunny day as we head out. Jeremy keeps us enthralled as he continues with the history of Italy. This time I am actually listening and taking notes. In the late 1800s, there were problems with the poor peasants in the south who struggled much more than their more well ...