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Outside of the city, nice landscape gardens and spacious grounds as the buildings used to be a convent. The room was spacious and the breakfast in the morning was plentiful.
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Today we were happy to see that the bike route distance from Orvieto to Todi was only 45km. We were sore and tired from the last 3 days of cycling and needed this 'easy' day on the bikes to recover. We checked out the exterior of the Duomo in Orvieto before we got started on the route to Todi. The Duomo facade was incredible and well worth the …
... were tasty as expected, and the ossobuco and risotto Milanese was also a hit.
By now it was pushing 10pm, and it was time to head back. Kristi took Alex back (he needed sleep), and the rest of us went to see the duomo before heading back to bed. The cathedral of Florence is the 3rd largest church in the world, and again, it really isn’t possible for me to describe the scale of the building, but I think I may have to pick up a ...
... of Christ's walk with his cross, but rather a candlelit walk that stopped at various markers along the way up to the Duomo for prayer. What surprised Sally most were the jeers and comments which came from the Friday night bar crowd who were gathered near the Piazza, but for entirely different reasons. The bar owner finally ushered the loud mouths back inside the bar and closed the doors. Catholicism, we were beginning to learn, is perhaps more of a ...
... long they have contained it has made for some interesting discussions. Of even greater interest was the reliquary section of the crypt which displayed several robes worn by St. Francis, prayer books and some of his original writings. Also on display were the robes and box full of hair clippings of St.Clare (Santa Chiara), a contemporary of St. Francis who had her hair cut by him when she dedicated her life to service to signify ...
... After finding our Bed and Breakfast at the top of the hill, we began walking down the hill enjoying the sites as we ambled by. From the Piazza Matteotti we walked to the Roman Amphitheater, the stones of which have long been absorbed into the medieval architecture. The view from town to the valley below is called "The Green Heart of Italy" and it's beauty is simply beyond description! We visited ...