Country House Santa Felicita Paterna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that, since folks are so trustworthy here, it just doesn't make sense that you would need someone to "watch your stuff" for you... I plunge into the cold, refreshing water... down a waterfall and into another pool... then down another waterfall... Most of the folks are Italian--but there are some Africans and Latin Americans as well. A wonderful, unforgettable moment and the highlight of my day. Finally, very much refreshed, I continue on my way. The Hike ...
... is good.
As for the interior goings on of today, Annetta and I cooked something new; a pumpkin mold. Sounds fairly gross, was not great either. It wasn't bad it just wasn't how it was supposed to be. It was supposed to be like a sort of pie/cake thang. In reality it was a dish of slightly watery pumpkin goop. Yum!
Metta's cello lesson was here today. That meant the rest of us were blessed with the melodious sound of two children ...
... happens until after 2pm or after church time. It is still a great building to walk into though. Of course another magnificent sight is the Duomo. This is a gothic cathedral which begun in 1196 and was finally completed in 1215, although a lot of work still continued well into the 13th century. Once you see this structure you can understand why. Once again we ambled our way through all this, sometimes wondering if we would ever get to the top of the hill. After a few ...
... Umbrian cities, the buildings and walls here are mostly built of brick, since the local sandstone erodes very rapidly.
The town has several large medieval churches, much reworked in the Renaissance and later periods (during the 15th and 16th Century many of Citta di Castello's principal buildings were constructed, and many of its churches either refurbished or built). Its civil architecture is more characteristic of the Middle Ages, ...
... hear how enthusiastic I was to walk up to Cortona’s highest point, Medicea Fortezza. Being an avid photographer I am always keen to be at the best vantage point for capturing images and the walk was definitely worth it - the view of the Tuscan countryside was spectacular. 27/09/08: This morning I got a huge fright, as I was towelling myself down after my shower I noticed a large creepy crawly brown thing on my towel that could only be what I fear more than heights - a spider!! ...