Hotel Bosone Palace
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... finery, complete with feathered covered hats. They played a number of songs and some they got locals into the middle of them to sing verses while they played the chorus vigorously. The old Italian ways continuing outside the first century Temple to Minerva (now a church). It was a fortuitous experience. A quick check of the plans tomorrow sees us on a 9.37 train to Rome with us arriving at about 1.30. Then we are out to dinner tomorrow night. How ...
... to win. After a writing a few postcards together over a cuppa, we sadly get our bags and farewell Bella and Don after spending too short a time with them. It has been four fantastic days. We are very fortunate to have their friendship. After a slow purchase of train tickets (30 minute queue) we got on what we hoped was our train to Assisi. It was a lovely 3 hour trip through mostly rural Italy. Smaller paddocks, cows always in barns, autumnal ...
... best pasta. After our meal I joined the group walking up to St. Francis' hermitage. I spent some time up there and walked around through the woods before heading back down to town. I made it in just as it started to get dark and walked around some of the little shops before they close. It's been such a long day that I opted for a shower and nap before dinner. I'm so exhausted I'm opting for watching some movie and then bed. Buona note e baci dalla ...
... not a soul in sight. Not a shop open. Not a cat. NOBODY!!!! Can you image.....an entire town closed????
Next day we choofed off to claim our miracles from Saint Frances of Assisi, who founded the Franciscan Religious Order in the town in 1208. He is know as the patron Saint of Animals and the Environment. Another mountain side medieval town, also fascinating. Loads of walking, Paul went up the Fortress tower - and a walk through the streets and shops. Had a spritz in ...
... so we wandered into the piazza. The little tattoria where we planned to have dinner didn't start serving until 7pm so we called at Aldo's for a glass of champagne to fill-in the fifteen or so minutes.
This tattoria is owned by Aldo's son, Simon and his Sicilian wife (and chef) Lorena ....hence the closure for three days last week so the whole family could catch some sun and visit Lorena's family.
We were almost finished ...