Hotel Da Angelo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our first class weekend trip to Assisi (which also consisted of stops in Perugia and Oestera) was overall an overall success!
On the way to Assisi,we stopped in Perugia for about 4 hours to have a nice sit-down lunch as well as got to explore. Perugia is a highly elevated, cute little town that has two universities (therefore there were a decent amount of college students walking around. Of the three places that we ...
... disappeared when I realized she only spoke Japanese and Italian and that we had to continue our conversation through google translate.
I spent the first week seriously doubting what the hell I was doing in Perugia. I could think of so many places I'd rather be, so many things I'd rather be doing. Perugia was cute, but very small. The classes were okay, but very easy and I had way too much time on my hands.
Luckily on the third ...
... br> The thing that impacted me the most was entering Saint Francis tomb. Just entering I felt a complete spiritual embrace. It was just so calm and peaceful. I sincerly wanted to cry! I don't know if it was because of happiness, but I just wanted to let out this amazing sensation that I can't even describe. Definitely unforgetable ...
... would be. This was the advice we had been given when we rented the apartment from AirBnB since much of Florence is restricted to resident only traffic and we couldn't actually park by the apartment.
Finally we managed to get the car parked (but not in the right place we didn’t think) and luckily a nearby hotel was nice enough to call a taxi for us since even though we were near the train station there were none in sight. When we finally arrived at the ...
... to have prayed and slept.Apart from this time I was amazed by the children- At the entrance to the sanctuary was a sign asking for silence. They maintained silence all the way through the actual building and also while we walked through the woods finding the caves where various followers isolated themselves to pray and also the various altars and places of prayer. In fact they were aghast at some people who were not respecting ...