Castello di Montignano Relais & Spa
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... who we had to miss for a full ten days, which is a long time if you’re used to seeing each other almost every day, finally arrived at seven that evening. After catching up on each other’s lives, the five of us headed off to dinner. We had amazing Mexican food, which I’d missed greatly as Italians seem to despise spicy food. Next, we headed to a pretty cool club. There were multiple floors with different kinds of music on each one ...
... over easy egg on it. From there we had an hour to shop before we had to return to school. Even though I'm not Catholic I got a rosary to get blessed by Pope Francis at the Papal Audience after the Ash Wednesday service. I thought the rosary was awesome because on one side it shows St. Francis, and the other, Pope Francis. My trip to Assisi was a great one, I just wish it could have been longer and more reflective. ...
... enjoyed our lunch, we left to go truffle hunting. And guess what, these truffles are not chocolates, but more like mushrooms or something...I never really got the really explanation of what I was truly eating. But I'm a big girl now, and actually sampled everything they gave us at the tasting! I don't really know if I like the taste of truffles, but I liked some of the food I ate! But before I get ahead of myself, I need to address the truffle ...
... the top making quite a statement. It is a fine area with substantial buildings and Embassies. From there we walked south around the Politinico, a student district and on past Porta Maggiore, the ancient gate into Rome, dated 44AD, then Basilica San Giovanni in Laterano. There was a religious festival happening, lots of nuns and priests praising St Bernadette. This Basilica ,much ...
... near the town square or the main sights and always provide breakfast. The Italians prefer a shower wand compared to a fixed head, steps up or down can arrive unexpectedly and the bell towers constant reminders of the quarter hour, half hour and hour including a lengthy bonus at the hour all takes some getting used to. This is more than offset by the genuine courtesies extended by everyone, I really think we could take a page out of their book in being good hosts. I ...