Castello di Poreta
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Life is a crazy thing... I've been spending an excessive amount of time doing a whole lot of nothing of late and I've had some time to think, and here is some of what I've come up with. Unemployment rules. I am a seriously high drive person, I always need to be doing something and feel bad about myself when I'm not being productive. But a break has been amazing for me. If you ever get the chance take some time, more than a month, because that's not quite enough and ...
... and him repeating the words "super good" which sounded more like "super glue" about 18 times. I'm pretty sure we were beasties and he would be more likely to kill for me than kill me. Friends in low places... Anyway, I spent the next few days touring the city with my room mates, two guys from Singapore and another from Minnesota. I was very impressed by the "singlish" speaking (singlish is apparently Singapore English - it's primarily English with about three ...
... with only your feet touching the ground. What ensued was absolutely hilarious. There was a lot of bending, complaint, failures and falls. Definitely a game a recommend if you are bored at home. Other than all of my misadventures, Milan is quite beautiful, with plenty of parks and grassy areas to go and enjoy. The food was great and the people lovely, but it wasn't overly amazing as a city in and of itself. If you were planning a trip, I wouldn't call it essential. From there it was off to ...
... year, star signs and mythical creatures. I couldn't make those out to be honest but it had very detailed carvings. We walked the corso vannucci which is the Main Street lined with shops and restaurants. Eventually we got to the end of the road were you get an amazing view of the rolling hills. We then headed to the highlight of the day... The house of chocolate aka the Perugina factory, home of ...
... To get to Todi, you have to take an elevator-like lift from the ground up the mountain. Todi is very small and very medieval. We explored the cobblestone streets and found a gelato shop where we stooped and ate in front of a fountain. We then walked around for an hour exploring the ancient streets before sitting on the steps of a church taking in the ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking