Ca Dei Principi
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... base-jumping on repeat, we had to listen to the strangest mix of music I’ve heard in a long time and the waiter forced Jasper to eat two desserts he both didn’t order after which he tried to charge us more than twice the price of our dinner. After this wonderful experience, we wandered around the beautiful city of Budapest while I got to listen to the endless amount of entertaining stories Roith and Jasper had to tell.
Taylor and ...
The last part of our weekend excursion was our stop in Assisi. We started our Sunday with a Mass led by our American seminarians in one of the many chapels of the Basilica of St. Francis. After the mass we took a tour of the Basilica looking at the frescos that told the story of St. Francis' life. Then we went down to his tomb, that was a beautiful celebration of his life and his spirit. None of these ...
... this dog that runs around sniffing for these precious truffles hoping to find some! For us, this puppy just shot in all directions crazily and we just had to follow him! And a truffle in the ground literally looks (and sometimes smells) like a piece of poop! It was one experience that I'm glad to say I've done, but never have to do again! Our last night at the agriturismo was a bug infested one! But at least when I was leaving, I got to see a beautiful sunrise! ...
... tested by two Italians it was declared to be no good so a one cup Moka pot was used. The strong brewed coffee was drunk out of tiny cups.
Grandma's cake was like cheesecake but lighter and made with ricotta cheese - I really enjoyed it.
One of the teachers set up a date for Greta with his friend - they are meeting at the fountain on Friday night ...
... as I battled a strong
headwind and worked my way up and over the hill that it is on. This is an
awesome town that I will be going back to explore over the next few weeks, so
much history with St Francis of Assisi. The ride/road was up again for about
40ks, with the wind making for some interesting downhill sections when I was
pedaling in my small gears to keep the momentum going. I was rewarded with ...