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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the basilica, down for dinner, this was basically a set menu
2. Vegetable soup or pasta
3. Chicken, potatoes, cauliflower & beans
4. Panaotta dessert
Went for a walk upstairs to see the sunset, Tim went down to the street, they were having some sort of youth activity & showing video onto the side of the basilica, glorious night, bed early long day tomorrow.
... raised in Assisi. He was the son of a wealthy cloth merchant and so was raised in a quite privileged lifestyle. Although his father wanted him to be follow in the family business, Francis wanted to be a knight. His opportunity came when Assisi went to war with the neighboring Perugia. However, Francis lasted one day as a soldier because his first night with his troops he had a dream in which God told him to return home. ...
While the students and Lynn had the opportunity to enjoy a few days with an Italian Family, the rest of us (Michele, Arlene, Felipe, and I) spent some quality time at the local Holiday Inn Express in Foligno. After having breakfast, we had a lazy day and eventually went into the city center for some lunch. We found a fabulous seafood restaurant where I ended up having some pasta in a tomato sauce ...
... gate allowing entry through the city walls, and gaze from the cliff tops to the Umbrian countryside. It is another clear, beautiful day and the views are magnificent! We pass several small churches along the way and enjoy the art and frescos. It is getting close to lunch so we wind our way to the main part of town to find a spot. We find one across the Piazza from the Duomo on a pretty square full of shops, museums and restaurants. We enjoy one of the ...
... built 1230-1253., and decorated by the greatest painters of the 13th and 14th centuries. Giotto’s frescoes illustrate the life of St. Francis all along the nave of the upper church. The purpose of the art was to tell the stories of the Bible and of Saint Francis to the townspeople who could not read or write. With communication as the goal, the artists made the church into a giant picture book.
Bidding farewell to Paolo, ...