Travel Blogs from Spoleto
... across an arts and crafts festival in Trastevere! There were booths lining one of the cutest streets in our part of town and I happily strolled and shopped with the girls. I'm not going to lie, my happiest moments in Rome so far involve eating and shopping. But for real, I felt so centered lazily admiring the jewelry and scarfs. I don't feel like a tourist or outsider, quite opposite to the feeling during dinner while being stared at.
This feeling of belonging has ...
It has been a week now since Robert and I crossed over Via Malcontenti on our way to a recommended restaurant in Bologna. I joked, or thought I joked, that not all travel roads in Italy are joyful. It was a balmy, end of summer, evening and the locals and tourists jostled happily together in their passeggiata. The crowds were still active when we began our short stroll home, intent on making a final stop at the gelati bar next to our apartment. Italy is in ...
... up there just chilling, you could sit basically on the roof of the tower and it has a railing around the edge (sitting was fine, but standing was less than ideal for me).
Nearly missed my train back to perugia because they didn't announce a platform change. Nice bit of panicked running to finish off the day. Had dinner at the hostel, and once this is online, I'm planning to sit on the balcony and read my book. Tomorrow: Siena!
... other churches and head straight for St Francis's Basilica. Wow. I mean, wow. I loved this church. There are 3 layers. The tomb where st. Francis is buried, the early church, and the upper fancy church. The frescos on the upper church walls depicting Francis' life made me understand what Francis was trying to preach. He was like a rock star in those days! IF I was to become a Christian; I would become a follower of Francis for ...
... husband that the child was not his. St Anthony became a Franciscan Friar and was loved. He was known for his hard work received the title of Evangelical Doctor of the Church. The canonisation began immediately upon his death in 1232 and today he is truly a universal saint, when his casket was opened the tongue of the Saint, the instrument which he had glorified God in so many ways, was found to be intact, people pray to him for their health, for a loss,hope,virtue & ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed