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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We saw relics of St. Anthony ... His vocal chords, part of his tongue, and his teeth and we passed by and go to touch his coffin. The Basilica is absolutely gorgeous. We saw the University of Padua where Galileo was an instructor. It is the second oldest university in Italy. Today we drove to Ravenna and saw a basilica built in 540 AD and a mausoleum built 100 years earlier than that. The churches and other ...
... at a non-stop pace. We overheard quite a bit of English being spoken and finally Bree had the chance to ask a couple of girls sitting near us if they were studying abroad. Well it turns out that this was their last night in Florence and so a bunch of the American students were coming here for one last pizza before they left Florence. Too funny. We also saw propped in the corner a sign with a certain trademark spikey haired TV personality showing that the restaurant had been ...
After a hectic weekend, it was nice to have a bit of a break today! I spent the day finishing my unpacking, and then heading down to the cafe with Aunty Savina once she had finished work. The rest of this week is pretty quiet also, due to my Aunty working however on the weekend we're going to Rome which is exciting! ...
... Ronnie, I snuck him a tip because he had been so sweet to stay late when us gals stayed after class to have wine.
Going on a bike ride was mentioned. We had the afternoon free to do whatever we wanted and getting some exercise was probably a good idea, especially according to my waistline. It was a beautiful day and tootling around the area would be fun. There were seven of us that went on the bike ride and at first it wasn't ...
... on our way to tour the Basilica di San Francesco.
St. Francis was the son of a wealthy local merchant & spent much of his youth carousing, drinking, gambling & going off to wars with his buddies. He spent a year in Perugia's dungeons as a prisoner of war. Restless & bored, he began to suspect there was more to life. One day while praying in front of a crucifix in the ruins of a church, he hears the cross speak to him, "go & repair my ...