Residence Domus Volumnia
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... over the mountains. It's all about the view!
Unfortunately it shares the same road conditions as the rest of this region, very narrow and very winding so Phillip could take advantage of the views. My attention however fixed to the matter at hand...getting us both to our destination.
Due to lack of space, I wasn't able to find a parking space in the centre or indeed anywhere near the centre. It was pedestrian only access to the ...
... or holding onto the grate allowing the moment to impact on them. We sat for a while to admire the tomb and scene. It is inspiring and very moving to be here. Little wonder so many miracles have been performed in his name. After Mass and hot chocolate, we head to a 1.5 walk down beside the monastery to the valley below. While it was a steep walk at times and took about 2 hours to go down and come back up, it was a tiring but lovely walk. The ...
... whites, cashmere and their stunning Cathedral.
Although we arrived in plenty of time to shop before the 1-4pm lunch closure, we were too late for a visit inside the Cathedral, and had to satisfy ourselves with just being over awed by the beauty of the exterior. It is stunning!
We stopped into a ceramic gallery/workshop and were met by this charming women, working her ceramic piece. The kiln was open and partially filled ...
Today began early with a 5am wake up call. We were packed, boarded, and on the road by 6:30 headed to Assisi. A three hour nap later we arrived in the beautifully peaceful city. Late morning we had tours of St. Francis church ending at his tomb. After we spent some time there we headed to the hotel to check in and get lunch. Italians eat a lot of carbs, which don't fill you up for very long, so by the time we say down to lunch I was starving. I had some ...
... not a soul in sight. Not a shop open. Not a cat. NOBODY!!!! Can you image.....an entire town closed????
Next day we choofed off to claim our miracles from Saint Frances of Assisi, who founded the Franciscan Religious Order in the town in 1208. He is know as the patron Saint of Animals and the Environment. Another mountain side medieval town, also fascinating. Loads of walking, Paul went up the Fortress tower - and a walk through the streets and shops. Had a spritz in ...