Castello di Poreta
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so I headed off to get my trunks on. After about 96 goes on the pink one, these times with Jo and I participating, it was time for the big blue one. Not sure what the height limit was but Flynn was way to short. No worries, its Italy. We shoved some floaties on him and stuck him in at the top: a bit of gravity, a bit of adrenalin (his and ours) and out he popped at the bottom. Too easy. Time for the giant twister - two tubes twisting round each other. It was a bit ...
... cooked cherry tomatoes)
Straccetti all’Alloro (Veal Strips with Laurel)
Broccoletti in Forma (Broccoli in a mold)
Tortini Fondenti al Cioccolato (Melting Chocolate Mold)
With Tita and Nonie providing guidance, anecdotes and their experience, we made the dessert first so that it could be frozen before it was cooked. Then, following the order of the menu, we made breads and ...
... either destroyed or buried but parts of the original buildings can still be seen and obviously, the area was built up over the following centuries.
Moving along, we stopped in the Piazza IV Novembre at the Fontana Maggiore which was built in the late 1200’s. It is very large fountain made up of 2 marble basins, topped by a bronze basin and has one of everything – an agricultural calendar, the signs of the zodiac ...
... mum, dad and 2 kids in their 20s) and a young couple from Holland and Germany. The company was great, food to die for, setting amazing, hosts charming. We didn’t want the night to end, but around 1am, Luciano drove us back to our apartment.
We had some lovely days and evenings exploring Spoleto. The town is a treasure trove of cobble stoned streets and alleyways. There are escalators to take you up to the hill to the 14th century Rocca Albornoz, ...
... quite close to the house and they land with such grace! It seems to me that it is a very peaceful sport.
Another visit to Assisi allowed us to see the town from a different angle. We walked down the hill and into the square to see the Temple of Minerva which has fluted columns and dates from the last quarter of the 1st century. It’s difficult to fathom the age of some stuff. There are also frescoes under an archway and ...